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Thursday, December 6, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 35

Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 16 Entertainment: Pages 8-9 Farm Pages: 10-12 Obituaries: Page 31 Organic: Pages 19, 21 Outdoors: Page 17 Public record: Pages 25-27 Sports: Pages 32-33 Classified Ads: Pages 33-40

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By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer “Everybody drives a used car.” This is the motto at Swiss Auto Mart in Sugarcreek, where selling used cars has been the family business since 1978. “We’re family owned, always have been,” said owner Lynn Swartzentruber, who started up December with his father. “And it is absolutely true over the years — We Public meeting do take care of the people. We make sure the cars are right and to review CHIP ready to go before they’re sold.” program is Along with a full inventory of used cars, Swiss Auto Mart has tonight a full service department made An informational up of three technicians, as well meeting will be held as a salesman with 28 years of tonight (Thursday, Dec. experience. 6) at the Millersburg Vil“We always get them in, comlage Council Room at 7 pletely check them over from p.m. top to bottom to get them The purpose of the ready to go,” said salesman Bob meeting is to review Stutzman. “We have anything the programs available and everything; If we don’t have through CHIP, income what someone is looking for, we eligibility guidelines, as try to locate cars for them and well as a presentation Aiwork nty, that way.” rathem with d War g in ar He Best Applica’s housing. ica fair Ameron From trucks to cargo vans, ide! ice naattionwSUVs tions available serv th be wiwill to 15-passenger vans, cars this meeting. Millersburg & Auto Mart has to minivans, Swiss Service Village has been selected it all. , ntyir rrapa Hearing Aid WaRe a’s Bes Americ as the target area fortthe “We sell a broad spectrum of h service nationwide! wit & model cars is 2013 calendar year. nin ea Clvice vehicles. Clean, late & gs Submitted photo Ser vices * t hearing Rep justments currentrucks Adair to de cargo vans, SUVs to 15-passenger vans, cars to minivans, Swiss Auto Mart Trade in yourFrom of yo ur they sell is tested for safety and comes with a warranty. gs & See Pg. 3 — CALENDAR See Pg. 3 — SWISS re ce ive 50 %everything Cleanin to And hasup it all. an d


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mitted to matching customers up with a quality is what we do,” said vehicle, conducting safety Stutzman. “All of our tests and providing warinventory is on-line ranties on every car, said with pictures and a full Swartzentruber. description. They are “I put myself on the always priced — people other side of the desk. We like that.” treat people the way I’d For a list of inventory, want to be treated and we go to www.theswissau- have a lot of return tomers,” said SwartzenIn addition to this line- truber, adding this is the up, Swiss Auto Mart has key to the business’s sucbought and sold some cess. “As small as we are, more unique vehicles. we’ve been here for 35 “We have actually trad- years, so evidently we’ve ed in a horse and buggy done something right.” on a vehicle here,” said Caring for the customer Swartzentruber. “More goes a long way, agreed than one. We put the bug- Stutzman. gies out front and sell “If we sell someone them again.” something and they have Swiss Auto Mart is com- issues, we take care of (Continued From Page 1)


(Continued From Page 1) Mobile homes are not eligible for CHIP assistance unless it is taxed as real estate. There will be a special meeting on tonight (Thursday, Dec. 6) at 8 p.m. for contractors interested in participating in the 2013 Holmes County Community Housing Improvement Program. Applications will be available at this meeting. There will be a question and answer session.

musical entertainment provided by the high school jazz band. For presale tickets, please contact Ronda Shultzman at Waynedale High School at 330-698-3071. 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.

people,” he said. “We’re operated like small business used to be years ago.” To show their appreciation, Swiss Auto Mart will be giving away a free ham with every purchase up to Jan. 1. Swiss Auto Mart is located at 550 Dover Road, Sugarcreek, and is open Monday and Thursday from 8 a.m.-7 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. -noon. Closed Sunday. Swiss Auto Mart can be reached at 330-852-2312. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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 the family with travel and Pancake breakfast lodging expenses. Dinner will be from 4-6 and Tuba p.m. Pork sandwiches, nooChristmas at WHS dles, baked beans, scalloped The Wooster High School potatoes and dessert will be Empty Bowls Chili Music Parent Association available at a cost of $7 for invites you to attend its adults and $3 for children Supper is Dec. 7 ages 10 and younger. The Southeast Local annual all-you-can-eat panThe auction will be held cake breakfast on Saturday, Schools Art Department from 6:30-9 p.m. with AucDec. 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 is sponsoring an Empty tioneer Roman Miller folBowls Chili Supper Friday, p.m. in the Wooster High lowed by DJ Cory ManSchool Commons. Tickets Dec. 7 from 5-7 p.m. in the bock from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Waynedale High School are $5 for adults and $3 for Auction items and donachildren ages 3-10 when cafeteria. The cost is a $5 tions would be appreciated. donation and that includes purchased from a music Contact Patty at 330-231student before the event. chili, with tomato soup as a 4175 or Cindy at 330-276vegetarian option, bread or Tickets are $6 and $4 when 0104 for donation informapurchased at the door. Chilcrackers, drink and dessert. tion. It also includes a handmade dren 2 and under are free. Tuba Christmas is at noon bowl. There will be holiday See Pg. 4 — CALENDAR and free to attend. THE BARGAIN SHED

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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, MondayFriday, 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, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — Keim Lumber, 4465 State Route 557, Charm, Wednesday, Dec. 12, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Take immunization records. If a child has had immunizations, no shots will be given without the parents’ record. Immunizations help prevent diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio, HIB, measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox and hepatitis B.

Children should begin their immunizations at 2 months of age and should be fully immunized before they are 2

years of age. Immunizations offered to anyone years of age at no Medicaid cards

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benefit Wilmot Fire & Rescue. Menu includes ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, dinner rolls, a slice of pie and beverage, served family style. Cost is $8 for adults and $4 for ages 4-10 (3 and younger eat free.) Carryout available. Call 330-359-5995.


Christmas tree lighting to be held in Killbuck

donations are accepted. are A parent or guardian 0-18 must accompany chilcost. dren- another adult may and take the child with writ-

Christmas tree lighting will be held Sunday, Dec. 9 at 5 p.m. at Killbuck Community Park. West Holmes Chamber Choir and a reading of “The Christmas Story” by Terry Logsdon Holmes Habitat Dec. 8 — Holmesville Church, 5641 Township will be featured. There will home dedication Church of Christ, 204 W. Road 362, Millersburg, be a bonfire, hayride, caroling and a candle lighting. is Dec. 9 Main St., Holmesville, 9 1-7 p.m. a.m.-3 p.m. Jan. 28 — Keim Lum- Free hot chocolate and Holmes County Habitat Jan. 21 — Millersburg ber, 4465 State Route cookies will be available. for Humanity will hold a Christian Church, 189 N. 557, Charm, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. dedication service on its Clay St., Millersburg, 10 Jan. 30 — Buckhorn Wilmot FD to most recently completed a.m.-2 p.m. VFW Post 7079, 185 home Sunday, Dec. 9, at 2 Jan. 22 — Walnut Creek W. Front St., Killbuck, hold ham dinner p.m. at the home site at 586 Mennonite Church, 2691 noon-5 p.m. An all-you-care-to-eat Elm St. (facing Wooster County Road 144, WalFeb. 2 — Holmesville ham dinner will be served Road) in Millersburg. The nut Creek, 2-7 p.m. Church of Christ, 204 W. Sunday, Dec. 9 from 11 public is invited. Plenty of Jan. 24 — United Main St., Holmesville, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Wilmot parking is available across Dayspring Mennonite a.m.-3 p.m. Fire Hall, 204 Mill St., to the street at the Victorian House. The home was built in partnership with Becky and her two children 1999 1999 Lexus Lexus RX300 RX300 AWD ..................... AWD ..................... $7,975 Mike $7,975 and leading the building 2000 2000 Toyota Toyota RAV4RAV4 AWD .................... AWD .................... $6,975 process $6,975 was Habitat’s construction supervisor, Roy 2001 2001 Honda Honda CivicCivic .................................. .................................. $6,475 Crayton. $6,475 “Getting this home 2003 2003 Nissan Nissan X-Terra X-Terra 4x4 ..................... 4x4 ..................... $7,975 $7,975 completed so close to the 2004 2004 Jeep Jeep Grand Grand Cherokee Cherokee .................................. $6,975 holidays $6,975 has been very special 2005 2005 Mercury Mercury Mariner Mariner 4x4 .................. 4x4 .................. $8,475 $8,475 for Becky and her children,” said Kristy 2005 2005 Mercury Mercury Mountaineer Mountaineer .................................... $7,975 Bowling, $7,975 president of Holmes County Habitat for 2005 2005 Honda Honda CRVCRV AWD ........................ AWD ........................ $9,975 Humanity. $9,975 “We encourage Present this ad Present this ad of those that helped 2005 2005 Hyundai Hyundai Tucson Tucson AWD ................ AWD ................ $7,975 all $7,975 when purchasingwhen purchasing on this home to join us a vehicle and a vehicle and 2007 2007 Mazda Mazda CX-7CX-7 FWD ........................ FWD ........................ $9,975 and $9,975 see the completion of receive a receive a their efforts.” complimentary complimentary 2008 2008 Chevy Chevy Equinox Equinox AWD................... AWD................... $9,975 $9,975 Habitat works in part$100.00 gas card.$100.00 gas card. 2008 2008 Suzuki Suzuki SX-4SX-4 FWD ........................ FWD ........................ $9,975 nership $9,975 with people to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. The 101 101N.N. Tuscarawas Tuscarawas Ave., Dover Ave., Dover 330-364-2525 330-364-2525 houses are then sold to Habitat’s partner families, 10086227 10086227 1-800-861-2525 1-800-861-2525 at no profit and with no

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Holmes Humane Society to meet Dec. 13 The next open meeting of the Holmes County Humane Society is Thursday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Life Center in Millersburg (former Grocery Bag). New and prospective members are welcome. For more information call 330-377-4026.

Liberty Coalition to meet Dec. 13

Bureau Board membership Christmas party will be held at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 15 at Life Center (formerly the Grocery Bag), in Millersburg. Meat, beverage and table service will be provided; take a covered dish to share. For more information or to register, contact the Farm Bureau office at 330-263-7456.

Schmid to share holiday music on Dec. 16 Wooster Community Hospital Auxiliary will present holiday music with John Schmid on Dec. 16 at First Presbyterian Church, located at the corner of Bowman Street and College Avenue. The auxiliary will hold a silent auction and serve hors d’oeuvres beginning at 6 p.m., followed by the performance at 7 p.m. Call 330-263-8299 to register. The event is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted to help fund the auxiliary’s mammogram project.

The Holmes County Liberty Coalition will meet A night of music Thursday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Millersburg Com- at Welcome fort Inn. The program will be on “Concealed Carry Church A night of music in in Ohio: Facts, Figures and celebration of the Practices.” Christmas season will be held at Welcome Farm Bureau Church of Christ on Christmas Party is Sunday, Dec. 16, beginning at 6:30 p.m. For Dec. 15 more information, call Holmes County Farm 740-610-7317,


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Some will like it, some will not “Do what you feel in your heart to be right — for you’ll be criticized anyway.”— Eleanor Roosevelt It is a sad truth in this existence that anything you do that thrills some people will tick off others. I once had hanging above my desk in our old house a sign that said something to the effect of “I can please only one person a day, and today must not be your day.” And it’s true. Something you do that benefits some, often offends or angers others. Though I didn’t always agree with everything they believed and stood for, I have long admired actresses Shirley MacLaine and Diane Keaton. Both of these women refused to conform to societal expectations that didn’t fit their personalities or personal belief systems. After great self-reflection they both decided that show-

There are times, of course, when we do things that we know are going to hurt or anger others. But, hopefully, we have stopped to think about whether or not the positives outweigh the ing the world the truth negatives. There have been times of who they really were was much more impor- I have written things that tant than conforming to I knew beforehand were “popularity” and being a going to upset others, but I also believed that phony. MacLaine holds some the writing would benbeliefs that many people efit more people than it find bizarre, but she felt would anger, and that the in her heart those beliefs magnitude of that benefit were the right ones for was far more important her, and she’s never mis- than someone being treated anyone because angry with me. This last election was of her beliefs (unless they first attacked her the closest that I can verbally), so I admire her remember of any in my guts to follow her heart. lifetime. That means, Keaton has long been though, that only slightly identified as “quirky” less than half the country and “offbeat.” She devel- is very angry, while only oped her own style, amid slightly more than half Hollywood’s harshest the country is happy. This critics, and popularity also means that every and career to live true to single day, our president is going to be criticized herself.

(no matter what he does) by only slightly less than half the country and praised by only slightly more than half the country. So, his only choice of action is to examine issues from all sides, make the most informed decision he thinks in his heart is right, then take the consequences. The best any of us can do on a daily basis is listen to what our hearts are telling us, and then accept that some will follow and others will bellow. Note to my readers: A collection of readers’ favorite columns (according to my mail and my friend Carla who saved them all) is now available on Amazon Kindle and SOME other reading devices. Go to Kindle store and type in my name or the title of the book, “Mama’s Mumblings.”

Club notes TOPS 1573 On Nov. 28 best weekly loser and best monthly rededicated loser was Laura Weaver for TOPS OH 1573 Nashville. She said to drink lots of water. Stacy Bair was best monthly loser. Lana Rush was the best weekly and monthly KOPS. Tom Alexander used the TOPS October 2012 magazine to show pictures of TOPS members who have lost 100 pounds or more. He also read an article telling how to keep calm during the holiday season. Members should set goals, be committed, work hard, get rid of junk food and exercise. Sandy Esto reminded everyone to eat from small, dark plates. The chapter meets each Wednesday at the Nashville United Methodist Church at 5:45 p.m., with weigh-in at 5:30 p.m.

Delta Kappa Gamma, Beta Iota Chapter The Beta Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma (organization of women educators) met at the Holmes County District Public Library on Nov. 26 for the annual scholarship auction and monthly business meeting. In attendance were 12 members and one guest. Members donated items for the auction and Marjorie Martin served as auctioneer. The group raised $242, to be used to fund new teacher grants in Holmes County. The next meeting will take place on March 11, 6:30 p.m., at the Holmes County Every Woman’s House office, with Tina Zickefoose presenting “In Her Shoes.”

Church notes Sue Thomas, F.B.Eye

Freedom Fellowship Church, 6209 S. Carr Road, Apple Creek, will Sue Thomas has gone hold its first-ever bazaar through many trials in and rummage sale Friday life. She lost her hear- and Saturday, Dec. 7-8, ing at age 18 months and with proceeds to benefit is presently experienc- a mission trip to Peru to ing multiple sclerosis. build a home in Iquitos. The event will be FriThomas worked for the FBI as an agent because day from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. of her ability to lip read. and Saturday from 9 She loves the Lord and a.m.-4 p.m. with a soup has an amazing testimo- luncheon from noon-2 ny. Come and listen to p.m. by donation. The sale will include her share her story Sunday, Dec. 9 during the 9 baked goods, Christa.m. service at Light In mas greens, wood crafts, The Valley Chapel, 4150 goat’s milk fudge and Township Road 162, goat’s milk soap, hardtac and used household Sugarcreek. items. There will also be Home and Garden Party Noel Festival dealer’s inventory and Tupperware for sale. On is Sunday Saturday, clothing will be Apple Creek United sold for $5 per bag. Methodist Church will present its annual Noel Festival on Sunday, Dec. Coshocton 9, at 7 p.m. The festival Christian features a variety of instrumentals, vocal- Tabernacle ists and the show choir presents live from Smithville High School will be perform- Nativity ing. The concert is free “Journey back through and refreshments will be time to…The Live Nativserved afterward. The ity,” will be presented church is at 265 W. Main Dec. 7-9 from 6:30-8:30 St. p.m. at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, Bazaar, rummage 23891 Airport Road, Coshocton, (across from sale benefit Wal-Mart). The live Nativity, in its mission trip 15th year, has become

a holiday tradition for many in the past. Luminaria light the way as visitors drive through the scenes depicting the birth of Christ, and other well-known events of his life. This 10-minute journey begins at the market place in Bethlehem where the dreaded tax collector awaits, the Inn which is full for the evening leads to the stable where Joseph, Mary and the baby Jesus find rest. A host of heavenly angels alert the shepherds guarding their sheep with good news of Jesus’ birth, while the Wise Men worship the newborn Christ child. The journey is completed with scenes of the most told stories about Jesus ... the carpenter’s shop, Jesus walking on water, a soldier praying at the cross, Jesus at the tomb, and most importantly, Heaven’s Gates. More than 100 church members donate time, talent, animals and costumes to bring the gift of the Christmas story alive to the community. Guests are encouraged to drive through more than once. Videotaping and photos are allowed; keeping in mind the flow of traffic must be maintained. For more information call, 740-622-4133.

Candlelight Church Walk is Dec. 14

welcome. There will be a lunch of homemade soups, chicken sandwiches and pies, with proceeds to benefit People to People MinThe Millersburg Candle- istries, Salvation Army light Church Walk will be and local churches serving held Friday, Dec. 14, 6-8 meals to the community. p.m. Tour six churches and The Gift Market offers enjoy music, decorations, a wide variety of gifts that historic information and are tax deductible and light refreshments at each support local and global stop. humanitarian and enviComplete the evening by ronmental causes. You returning to Millersburg can purchase food for the Mennonite Church at 8:15 hungry, care for the sick p.m. for a time of special shelter for the homeless, music. Maps are available renewal for our endanat any of the participat- gered planet and much ing churches in downtown more in honor of your Millersburg. family, friends, neighbors, Churches to be toured colleagues and even chilare Millersburg Christian, dren’s teachers. Shoppers First Presbyterian, Faith can also choose from Lutheran, St. Peter’s Cath- handmade crafts from olic, Millersburg Menno- around the world, offered nite and Grace Pointe by World Crafts of Kidron. Community Church. Alternative Gift Markets are a concept of Alternative Gifts International, Shop at a nonprofit that carefully Alternative Gift selects nonprofit agencies with proven track records Market for their donors to support Want to send a gift that through charitable gifts. you know will be appreciated by the recipient and others around the world? A night of music Send an Alternative Gift. at Welcome An Alternative Gift Market, sponsored by Church six local churches, will be A night of music in celheld at First Presbyterian ebration of the Christmas Church, 621 College Ave., season will be held at WelWooster, on Sunday, Dec. come Church of Christ on 9, from noon-2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, beginThe entire community is ning at 6:30 p.m. For more

information, call 740-6107317.

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

Donations needed Donations are needed to help troubled boys. The Trading Post Thrift Store has recently opened at 7703-B state Route 241, just west of Mount Hope. All proceeds will go to support the Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp. Donations can be taken to the store or dropped off at Ray Shaum’s located at 2678 S. Kohler Road, Orrville. Call 330-8575516 or 330-464-1261 for information.

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The Holmes County Shopper News HAROLD’S EQUIPMENT Sales • Service • Parts Harold Neuenschwander 2120 Co. Rd. 168, Dundee Ph. 893-2348

The Parts Place of Millersburg, Inc.

• Automotive Parts • Machine Shop • Paint & Supplies 980 S. Washington St., Millersburg, OH


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Thin Ice

We don’t have to be on ice skates to experience that sinking sensation known as “skating on thin ice.” When we live from day to day feeling sure that our future is becoming increasingly uncertain then we must act. We can move in the direction of dependable support as we cry for help. In Psalm 28:6, David proclaims, “Blessed be the Lord, for He hath heard the voice of my supplications.” When you feel you are “skating on thin ice,” call upon the Lord. Begin by worshipping Him each week with faith and thanksgiving and He will help with what lies ahead. Luke 21:5–38

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New & Used Tires Rotation & Repair Brake Service • Batteries

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

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



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

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Dick’s Plumbing 330-674-1424


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The Holmes County Shopper News

Thursday, December 6, 2012 — 7

It’s time to purchase your Holmes County dog licenses Warden Department, 5387 County Road 349, both Millersburg. Both locations can accept debit/credit card payments. Th e r e are many satellite locations throughout the county that will sell licenses. Take the license form when purchasing new t a g s. L i c e n s e s m a y also be purchased by mail. Return the entire application with the proper fee and the Auditor’s Office

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• Children’s Sleds • Wagons • Hand Tools • Full Line of Milwaukee Tools • Dog Food • Bird & Horse Feed

Va l u e, M i l l e r s b u r g ; Wolfcreek Veterinary C l i n i c, M i l l e r s b u r g ; Myers 76, Clark; Prairie Station, Big Prairie; Whitmer’s Store, Winesburg; Buckeye Deli, Nashville; East Holmes Vet Cli nic, Berlin; and Village Ve t e r i n a r y Clinic, Millersburg. The agents may collect an administrative fee of 75 cents per dog in addition to the license fee.




ty are: Holmes County Au d i t o r ’ 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

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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 Coun-


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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


Dog licenses are now on on sale and may be purchased through Jan. 31 for $14 per dog. Starting Feb. 1, the fee is $28 per dog. The license tag has an assigned identification number that identifies the owner should the dog become lost. People who have not licensed a dog in the past will have no penalty to license the pet for the new year. Residents with a dog with a license will receive a license form in the mail. Licenses may be purchased at the Holm e s C o u n t y Au d i tor’s Office, 75 E. Clinton St., or at the Holmes County Dog


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Baltic Area Historical Society The Baltic Area Historical Society Museum

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

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Complete all six Wilderness Center Headquarters tract trails anytime throughout the year and earn your carved hiking staff and-or

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Tis the Season is proud to welcome Karolin Steinbach of West Germany for her third trip to Holmes County for a special signing of the beautiful Steinbach nutcrackers. Karolin was raised in East Germany until the Berlin Wall came down in 1990. At that time her mother started working for her grandfather at the world famous Steinbach

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Dec. 7: Shopping Under The Stars Downtown Berlin Dec. 8: Steinbach Signing at Tis the Season 2pm-7pm 4363 SR 39, Berlin Dec. 8: Old Fashion Christmas Lehman’s Hardware 4779 Kidron Rd., Dalton 10am-3pm Dec. 8: Roscoe Village Christmas Candle Lighting Roscoe Village (740) 622-9310 600 N. Whitewoman St., Coshocton Dec. 13: Grand Opening of Harvest Thrift Store 163 E. Front St., Killbuck (330) 763-4649 Dec. 14: Kids Night In Historic Downtown Millersburg Dec. 14: Millersburg Candlelight Church Walk Millersburg, OH


Calendar Of Events

Lehman’s to hold Old-Fashioned Christmas Lehman’s will offer an Old-Fashioned Christmas on Dec. 8, 10 a.m.3 p.m. Local band Honeytown will perform in the Cast Iron Café from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The day will include U.S.-made toy demonstrations in the toy room, country crafts, face painting and a professional juggler. The retail store is open every day except Sunday, from 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Steinbach Nutcracker Signing at Tis the Season Christmas Shop

With each $50 gift card purchase, receive a voucher worth $10 at our Berlin, Walnut Creek, Sugarcreek, Bellville and Plain City, Ohio locations. Vouchers may be used January through March 2013. Sorry, not valid in Sarasota.


pin for each year. $12-member; $14-nonmember for staff with pin. $7 for pin only. Visit www.wildernesscenter. org for more information. The Wilderness Center is a nonprofit nature center located at 9877 Alabama Ave. S.W., one mile west of Wilmot, just north of U.S. Route 250. The center is dedicated to connecting our community with nature, educating people of all ages, conserving natural resources and practicing environmental stewardship. The Center derives its support from memberships and donations. It is not a government agency and is not supported by taxes.

4900 Oak St. P.O. Box 320, Berlin, OH 44610 330-893-2523 Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 8:30 AM-6:30 PM; Fri. 8:30 AM-7 PM; Sat. 8:30 AM-5 PM


Company. Karolin, as a young g i r l , spent afternoons around the factory surrounded Steinbach by nutcrackers and playing with the collectable pieces. After attending University in Zurich, Karolin returned to her home and began working with the Steinbach Company in April of 2008, where she is now serving as general manager of her grandfather’s company. Meet Karolin on Saturday Dec. 8, from 3-6 p.m. at Tis the Season, Ohio’s largest year round Christmas shop. Karolin will be in the store to sign Steinbach nutcrackers. Customers are welcome to take pieces from home to have signed with a limit of one from home to be signed for each one purchased during the event. Tis the Season is located one mile east of Berlin on state Route 39. For more information on this and other events at Tis the Season, go to Tis the Season is open from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and is located at 4363 State Route 39 in Berlin, the heart of Ohio’s Amish country. 330-893-3604

The Holmes County Shopper News

Thursday, December 6, 2012 — 9

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K-9 cam: Are Oscars in the offing? fitted with the camera, Juni, took one mournful look at me, rose to her feet and shook herself wildly for approximately two seconds. The camera flew across the room and landed in a flower pot. Back to the drawing As handy and versatile board. as a thumb-sized camera Our second effort was might seem, there are a considerably more sucwhole list of difficulties cessful in that the whole which arise when one business remained considers attaching such attached to the dog’s a device to a dog. First of body on a brief jaunt all, you can’t simply snap through the yard. The the thing to the dog’s footage was complete, collar as you would the yet uninspiring. Contembrim of a ball cap, as this plative and reserved, Juni would yield images of just isn’t a very exciting little more than the fur subject. on the back of the dog’s Having somewhat provneck. (We have 10 min- en the technology we utes of dog fur footage decided to troll for bigger to prove this point.) No, fish, so to say, by fitting some sort of specialized the camera to our little harness must be invented mutt, Ruby, a dog that by to offset the lens from most any measure would the dog’s head. In fash- be considered a lovable ioning my own such har- numbskull. Ruby’s allness I began with two of consuming passion is the my favorite construction common backyard squirmaterials: a yellow plastic rel. At any time of the milk jug and a punctured day or night we can send bicycle inner-tube. Ruby’s heartrate into the Because Juni, the bor- red by simply uttering the der collie, is regarded word. about the house as the “Ruby, go get those more mature, intelligent stinkin’ squirrels!” I and docile of our pair, growled, opening the I decided to attach the door to watch the dog ungainly apparatus first bolt across the lawn like to her. She sat calmly a fur-covered cruise miswhile I slipped something sile with the milk jug that still looked an awful mini-cam apparatus archlot like a milk jug over ing above her head like her head and cinched it a periscope. She checked down with the inner-tube the black walnut tree, adjusting straps. Once then bolted to the apple

tree. Next it was across the lawn to the bird feeder — each stop along the circuit perfectly captured for the ages in dogs-eyeview! Admittedly, there are

Library programs

School briefs

Programs and events at the Holmes County District Public Library include: — Family Craft Night, tonight (Thursday, 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

Students selected for Honors Band

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. 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 330-674-5972, Ext. 227 or email

more than a few technical nuances that will need to be massaged before Ben and I are ready to release a feature-length film, but you can catch the preliminary results

on my Facebook page at JohnLorsonSendHelp. If you “like” my page while you’re there I promise to mention you by name as I accept my Academy Award.

Laura Winegar and Jacolyne Oyster were selected by audition and from applications from 46 different schools for the 2012-13 Ohio Music Education Association District 10 Honors Band. They are both seniors and members of the West Holmes High School band. Winegar plays the flute and Oyster plays the clarinet.

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 crackers, 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 330-698-3071. 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.

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A few weeks ago I received an e-mail offer for a teeny, tiny video camera that one can strap to a bicycle helmet, handlebar or seat post and I instantly thought of two great possibilities. No. 1, I could strap it to the front of my helmet and hopefully catch some of the cool stuff I encounter on my daily commute through God’s Country; and No. 2, I figured my son, Ben, would love to somehow harness the thing to himself to capture the crazy, extremesport stuff he does on both his BMX bike and skateboard. I sent him a link to the deal and asked what he thought. His reply was instantaneous. “BUY IT NOW!” he wrote. “We can strap it to the dogs and finally figure out where they go when they escape the yard to roll in poop!” No further convincing was necessary — any gadget capable of unleashing this many possibilities just had to be mine! With a click of the mouse it was on its way. While Ben and I eagerly awaited the camera’s arrival, we began to further brainstorm our experiments in miniature cinematography. The primary focus quickly turned from my initial thoughts on capturing wildlife to capturing the “wild life” that ensues when Juni and Ruby fly the coop.

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The Holmes County Shopper News

Barbwire Holstein barn meeting and Springhill tag sale By BARB LUMLEY Columnist The Ohio Holstein Association Winter Barn Meeting and Springhill Tag Sale will be held on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and the Tag Sale will continue on Sunday, Dec. 16 from 1-5 p.m. A hamloaf lunch will be held at noon on Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Nashville United Church on state Route 39 at the west edge of Nashville. Lunch reservations should be reported to the Ohio Holstein Association at 330-264-9088 or e-mail oholstein@embarqmail. com by Friday, Dec. 7. Don Bennink of North Florida Holsteins will be the featured speaker following the luncheon. Bennink is a former New York attorney who gave

up that life to become a dairy farmer. After graduating from Cornell, he started dairy farming by renting a 35-tie-stall barn in New York. In 1980 he moved his herd to Florida and has expanded to a 2,400-acre operation and a herd of more than 4,000 milking age Registered Holsteins. Cattle comfort and herd health are very important to him. He has established himself as an industry leader around the world for his expertise on farming efficiency techniques and livestock genetics. His farm has developed more than 750 Excellent Holstein cows, consistently ranks on cooperative quality honor rolls, and received Premier Breeder and Exhibitor recognition. The farm is

known for its intern program that invites international participants interested in dairy farm management to work and learn on the farm. He has been an early adaptor of monitoring technology and environmental protection practices, including research trials of drugs and additives with the University of Florida. He has received numerous awards, including the International Dairy Foods Association Innovative Dairy Farmer of the Year Award in 2005 and World Dairy Expo Dairyman of the Year in 2010. The Springhill Tag Sale will be held in conjunction with the luncheon and barn meeting. Springhill is owned by Chris Lang and Tom, Karen


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and Kendra Lang and is located at 7109 State Route 514, Big Prairie. The Tag Sale will feature registered Holstein cattle of all kinds to meet any dairyman’s needs. There will be project calves for 2013, great pedigreed cows, Red and Whites, herd replacements and excit-

ing genomics. Daughters will be offered from their top cows. There will be something for everyone. For information, contact Springhill at 330-3784515; e-mail springhill@; or Fax 330-378-4390. You can view their website at springhill. The sales force

includes Don Alexander, 304-376-1788; Ken Janes, 330-464-4134; Brian Garrison, 614-264-3240; and Glenn Sageser HAUSA Rep. 502-321-8670. There will be food, fellowship, cow talk and great Holsteins. Make plans to attend and don’t forget to call for luncheon reservations.

27 CATTLE — Holstein steers 78-94, heifers 73.50, bulls 79.50, good beef cows 74-80, medium to good cows 68-74, fair to medium cows 60-68, common cows 60-down; feeder cattle, Holstein steer and bulls 59-89. 178 TOTAL HEAD. 31 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 285-400, 2nd and 3rd cutting 240-425, hay bales 4.85 and 60-125 rd. bale, lg. hay sq. 185300 ton, oats straw 200 ton, corn fodder 35-38; firewood per ton 45-55 ton; eggs 1.253.00 dozen. No Auction, Dec. 25 Hay Auction Dec. 28, 2:30 a.m.

165 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 100-135, good 70-100, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 100-145, crossbred 20-185. 239 GOATS — Kid 135down, billies 220-down, nannies 190-down, wethers 172.50down. 642 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 40-80, lambs 40-60 lbs. 100-162.50, 60-80 lbs. 102.50-155, 80-100 lbs. 102.50125, 100-130 lbs. 95-112.50, 130-up 90-102.50. TOTAL HEAD — 1,311. 72 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 360-450, 3rd and 4th cutting 250-510, mixed 1st cutting 260-385, mixed 2nd cutting 310-410, lg. bales hay 45-110, lg bales hay 120-370 ton, wheat straw 140-190, lg. bales straw 140-160 ton, ear corn 260; firewood 50-90; corn fodder/bale 22.50-30.

Markets SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Nov. 26 110 CALVES — Choice calves 110-140, good calves 75-105, light & thins 60 down; back to farm bulls 75-140; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 80-142.50, heifers 80-118, Holsteins steers 50-80. 261 CATTLE — Choice steers 115-122.50, good steers 100-114.50, Holstein steers 80-100, choice heifers 114122, good heifers 100-113.50, good Holstein cows 65-81, yellows and thins 72-down, bulls 70-82.50. 263 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 1,600, top pony 3.50. 4 GOATS — 15-35. FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic Nov. 27 48 CALVES — Good to choice calves 90-100, medium to good calves 80-90, fair to medium calves 70-80, commons and lights 70-down, cross bred calves 80-down, back to farm, bull calves 100-130, back to farm, heifer calves 60-137; Holstein bull 750. 21 PIGS — 70 lbs.-up 30-60. 1 SHEEP — 35. 72 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 56-61, 240-260 lbs. 61.50-70, 260 lbs.-up 50-67, butcher sows 64-down, boars by weight 16-39.

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Market steers and their owners parade the ring at the 2012 Holmes County Fair. It’s time for 2013 fair hopefuls to get their steers weighed in and tagged.

Steer project weigh-in and tagging is Dec. 15 By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer For those planning to participate, it’s already time to think about the 2013 Holmes County Fair. Beef and dairy steer weigh-in and tagging for participation in the fair is scheduled for Dec. 15 from 9 a.m.-noon at the Holmes County fairgrounds. The weigh-in is mandatory in order to enter a steer project into the Holmes County Fair and


(Continued From Page 10) Ashland County Nov. 30 There were 27 loads of hay, straw and grain consigned and 11 sellers of produce. Hay — first cutting, $170; third cutting, $390-$410; fourth cutting, $400; large round each, $75-$77.50; hay/bale, $4.25-$7; hay, large square/ton $300; oats, large square/ton, $80; straw, large round/ton, $120; straw/ton $190-$200; firewood/ load, $40-$155; corn stalks, round/each $22.50-$40; Eggs, $2.40; Chickens, $3-$3.50; Bread, $1.60; cranberries, $2; cabbage, 90 cents-$1.50; cakes, $3.50; candy, $1-$2.25; carrots, $1-$3; clementines, 75 cents$1.50; kolaches, $3.25; lemons, $2; lettuce, 50 cents; noodles $4; onions, $1-$1.75; pies, $6.50-$8; pineapples, $1.50$2.20; potatoes/ 10 pounds, 75 cents-$1.40; mushrooms, $1; squash, 50 cents-$2.25.

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quate time to prepare for the fair. The steer’s rate of gain is based off of this initial weigh-in. “By and large, most steer calf projects start in the fall when they are 700 pounds, give or take a few. If you don’t start at that age, you can’t handle the calf,” said Lee Miller. In the steer project, steers are killed at 16-17 months old. In December, these steers are 7-8 months old. However, a lot happens between December and August. “Selection is the first step, whether it’s one you raised or one you buy you still have to select the See Pg. 12 — STEER Make Us Your One Stop



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She keeps up on Bieberrelated news and insists the artist’s recent breakup with Selena Gomez was just a ruse for publicity. Tobias said Parker’s Bieber fever provides her with a sense of normalcy and a connection to her peers and the music raises her spirits. “Megan meeting Justin would just be priceless,” said Megan’s mother, Jaclyn Parker. “I don’t know if there’s words to describe how that would touch her life.” Jaclyn said Megan is doing well was to be discharged Tuesday, Dec. 4. “It would be the best birthday gift of my life,” said Jaclyn, whose birthday was Dec. 3.




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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.

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Tri-County looks at options for every student By LINDA HALL Staff Writer One size doesn’t fit all in education — a concept triggering Tri-County Educational Service Center’s role in developing alternative academic programs or community schools for students who don’t conform to the traditional mold. Ed Swartz, Tri-County ESC’s interim superintendent, said the International Baccalaureate program, housed at Wooster High School, has “turned a corner” and is “doing exceptionally well.” The school has a waiting list for next year, Swartz said, adding, as he has been a part of conversations with educators around the state, “More and more are talking about IB.” The program is open to students in Wayne, Holmes and Ashland counties.

“There is a great deal of testing that is expected” within the highly academically rigorous curriculum, Swartz acknowledged, but “the rewards for students are huge.” One of two financial benefits highlighted in an IB flier was “many universities now exempt an IB graduate’s first year of college studies,” Swartz said. Secondly, “13 students from the graduating class of 2011 were collectively granted more than $1 million in college scholarships.” The IB program is demonstrating it serves a “big need,” Rich Bellanco, the head of International Academy, said. It has been attracting even those students who must “make a long trip to Wooster every day.” The Wooster area itself has shown greater interest than ever before,

Bellanco said, probably because of an evolving philosophy in the Wooster High School science department to increase rigor earlier. Sophomores taking advanced placement biology for the first time will be candidates for next year’s junior IB class, he said. Melanie Vinion, who teaches advanced placement biology to high school students and teaches science in the IB academy, “is looking at least doubling (from seven Wooster students in the academy) the number of applicants,” Bellanco said. He is hoping districts that have not sent students or pushed the program in their high schools will begin to do so. Swartz’s highlight of Beacon Hill Community School included a refer-

ence to the Southeast Local Schools board, which is “very positive (about the school).” However, with the exception of the treasurer’s role, the school is no longer sponsored by the Southeast District, but by Tri-County. Tri-County anticipates an increase in ninththrough 12th-grade students, who are “largely served by eLearning,” Swartz said, although “not totally,” calling e-learning “the wave of the future. It has proven to be an effective, economic way of providing education, literally without borders.” Swartz said he sees Beacon Hill as “probably a growing program as we move toward the future.” The Wayne County Discipline Center, an out-ofschool suspension alternative in which students

continue working on assignments from their home school, has moved into the lower level of Tri-County ESC, Swartz said, and the cost of operation could be reduced. A similar program is running in Ashland County “in the same complex as ACCA,” he said, the Ashland County Community Academy operating for at-risk students. Last year, the Ashland program — operating as a school district of its own, sponsored by Tri-County ESC, with an independent board and different set of rules — admitted 96 students; this year, 117, he said. “It’s working.” While IB students tend to be the “most (academically) aggressive students,” Bellanco said, at the other end of the spectrum, in ACCA, are “the less aggressive toward

getting an education.” The academic program “has to be adapted into a different look for that type of student,” such as providing online access to augment their limited credits, Bellanco said. Another alternative program, similar to that of ACCA, is in the planning stages, Swartz said, but centered in the area of Wayne and Holmes counties. “There are some really neat ideas (that) could impact a number of our districts,” Swartz told the board at a recent meeting, for example, by looking into whether a proposed new program could serve the needs of students with Asberger’s disorder or autism. Reporter Linda Hall can be reached at 330264-1125, Ext. 2230, or lhall@the-daily-record. com.

Help available to complete HEAP applications Holmes County bookmobile to help eligible lowincome Ohioans meet the high costs of home heating. The total household income of an applicant must be at or below income guidelines. For further information about the Area A g e n cy o n A g i n g Region 9 Inc. and the programs offered, call toll-free 800-945-4250 or visit the website at

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24 schools in Ohio (to receive the award), it’s a The initiative has three huge honor.” To win the Harold A. benefits, said Acker — to help the Share-A- Meyer Spirit Award, Christmas program, to KoRT must present a jump-start team spirit 20-minute speech detailand as another of KoRT’s ing its eight-part program sportsmanship initiatives. that promotes sportsman“That money goes ship, ethics and integrity straight to Share-A- in the schools and comChristmas,” said Acker. munities to the Sports“One of the bi-products manship Council at Ohio is that we get more stu- State University and dents in the student sec- members of the Ohio tion showing their school High School Athletic Association staff. spirit. “We give the money “We tried to come up with a way to help sup- as cash to the Share-Aport our winter sports Christmas organization. teams by having more stu- I understand the value dent participation and it helps us with our Harold A. Meyer Spirit Award as a student participation initiative,” said Acker, adding KoRT received the award for the ninth time. “We’re one out of

of that. As a teacher and as a previous coach, we have accessed that throughout the year, not just at Christmastime, for students who have had extended needs during the school year. ShareA-Christmas has given us the materials that they needed,” said Acker. “And with the cash donation, Share-A-Christmas can use that to fill voids

that may not have been previously donated.” This year, KoRT hopes to beat last year’s sales — $800 — and reach the goal of $1,000 to give to Share-A-Christmas. “We still have some shirts for sale, so if anyone wants one they can contact me at school,” said Acker. Acker can be reached at 330-674-6085, Ext.3308.


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to call Carol Mathews at 800-945-4250, Ext. 4905. In-home assistance is also available to anyone who needs help with the HEAP application process and is unable to leave home. HEAP is a federally funded program administered by the Ohio Department of Development, Office of Community Service and is designed


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Community In service Marines Pvt. Sierra L. Weekly, daughter of Carrie L. and Paul J. Weekly of Millersburg, earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. One week prior to graduation, Weekly endured The Crucible, a 54-hour final test of recruits’ minds and bodies. Upon completion, recruits are presented the Marine Corps emblem and called Marines for the first time. Weekly is a 2012 graduate of Hiland High School of Berlin.

This directory also includes an Advertisers Classified Business Directory for your ease in locating a business in the county. The current edition of the Holmes County Plat Directory is available at Ohio State University Extension office located at 75 E. Clinton St., Suite 109, Millersburg. Phone 330-674-3015.

Holmes in need of foster families

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

The Holmes County Department of Job and Family Services is recruiting additional foster homes in the county for abused, neglected or dependent children ages 0-18. Prospective foster parents should be mature, stable, caring adults willing to join the team of profesGame fundraiser benefits cancer fund sionals providing services to children in the community. Vision screening vouchers available The West Holmes Lady Knights coaches and teams Training is required and will be provided at no cost. Sight for Students vision assistance is available for will play the annual Play4Kay game Monday, Dec. 10, Contact Nicole Long at 330-674-1111 for more infor- children in need of an eye exam and-or glasses. Prevent with Triway. The games will be played at West Holmes mation. Blindness Ohio provides vouchers to cover the cost High School with the junior varsity game to at 6 p.m. of an eye exam and glasses based on income guideFans are encouraged to wear a pink ribbon, a pink Walk in the wilderness at TWC lines, and is available to Holmes County school-aged T-shirt and make a donation to the Kay Yow Cancer children. Contact Jen Menuez at the Holmes County Join a naturalist on the first Wednesday, 10-11 a.m., Health Department at 330-674-5035 for more informaFund. every month for a walk on Wilderness Center trails. tion or to obtain an application. The event is free and open to the public. Call 877-359Salvation Army to hold 5235 or visit

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 330-763-4600.

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

Donations needed for Wolf Creek Cemetery Wolf Creek Pleasant Valley Cemetery is now accepting donations to pay for mowing of the cemetery grounds. Any amount appreciated. Call Robert L. Croskey, 330-276-3322. Donations may be sent to Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck 44637 or Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box 284 Killbuck 44637.

Plat books available Plat books are a reference guide to property ownership in a county. Land owners are listed alphabetically and include the township and section where the owner may be located in the directory.

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Holmes to offer immunizations The Holmes County Health District will offer flu immunizations at the Community Clinic, 931 Wooster Road, Millersburg every Friday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4 p.m. Flu immunizations will be $10 for children, while adults must pay $25 for the vaccine. County residents with Medicaid or Medicare (including the PrimeTime and Humane Health Plans) must bring their card with them to this clinic; the Health District will submit billing for them. No other insurance companies will be billed. Cash or personal check will be accepted for payment; credit and debit cards will not be accepted. Senior Citizens are asked to check their Medicare Plan before coming to see where they are to get their flu shots. Doses of FluMist, an inhalable form of flu immunization appropriate for healthy persons will only be available for children between the ages of 2-18 due to limited supply on our part. All children must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or an adult with written consent from the child’s parent indicating that their child is permitted to receive flu immunization. Individuals with questions can contact the Holmes County Health District at 330-674-5035.

To take a basic first aid, adult or infant and child CPR or AED or professional rescuer CPR class through the Holmes County Chapter of the American Red Cross call the regional contact number at 800-REDCROSS (800-733-2767) or go to to register.

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Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland Community Action, H.E.A.P. and the Food Pantry is located at 224 N. Clay Street, Millersburg. The agency can help with rent, rent deposit or utilities once a year, per household. Also, the Food Pantry is open on Tuesdays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and Wednesdays from 9 a.m.-noon. For more information, call 330-6746479.

The Holmes County Health District is able to issue certified birth certificates to anyone born in Ohio. Hours are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Cost is $25. The district can be reached at 85 N. Grant St. or 330674-5035. Cost of a certified birth certificate is $25 .

Big Brothers, Sisters are needed Volunteers, especially male, are needed for the Big Brothers Big Sisters programs in Wayne and Holmes counties. For more information contact Lisa or Miranda at 1-888-364-5965 or e-mail or

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University of Akron Wayne College’s library has offered to provide community cards to Holmes County residents. These items may be delivered to the Holmes County Higher Education Center for easy pick-up. To apply for the card and see card holder benefits, visit or come into the Central Library in Mill- Food Pantry customers need ID ersburg for a paper form. All applications must be Holmes County Food Pantry customers will need returned to the Holmes County Library for processing. to verify income for 2007 by providing proof from For more information, contact Susan Corl at 330-674- 13 weeks of income, a copy of recent Social Secu5972, Ext. 227 or email rity check, child support payments and-or any TANF payments. Also needed are an identification card and Social Security cards for other family members. The food pantry is open on Tuesdays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and Wednesdays from 9 a.m.-noon. For information, call 330-674-6479.


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The hardest shot corrected to bring down Wyoming antelope about, we decided to We crossed several make this a sightsee- ridges, glassing as we ing/hunt v a c a t i o n . went, and found a few Limited on time, we “ s e n t i n e l ” a n t e l o p e. flew from Columbus to For protection, a herd Rapid City and rented of antelope will have an SUV to drive to one lone “sentinel” to camp. Our lodge was stand guard and watch I met John Geiman a ranch-style motel in for predators (coyo f G - m a n Outdoor the mountains at about otes, mountain lions, A d v e n t u r e s a c o u- 6,300 feet, which was humans). The rest will ple years ago at our used mostly for hunt- stay in low cover. Northern Ohio Safari ers during the winter By late morning, we Club I n t e r n a t i o n a l months. had seen some potenBanquet in Akron. He After checking in tial shooters, and as had come from Rapid and sighting my rifle, we hiked to the edge City, S.D., to advertise we met Todd Weig, our of one draw, we saw his outfitting business guide, and had dinner a small herd bedded and had donated an with the other hunters down with a couple antelope hunt in Wyo- and guides. bucks, including a real ming to be auctioned The next morning it nice one. He was faced at our club dinner. I was evident that the away from us, which was the highest bidder weather had changed, gave me a chance to and made plans to go as a strong cold front slide to an edging to on Oct. 4-6 with my moved in and had glass him better and wife, Taryn, who came changed the patterns set up for a shot. I along to video and of the antelope. We settled my 7mm Remtake pictures. w e r e h u n t i n g U n i t ington Mag against a Antelope are nor- 7 just west of New- rock and spread out m a l l y p l e n t i f u l i n castle, a 42,000-acre sniper style waiting most western states, cattle range, but also for him to stand up. but we learned that had a 200-acre irrigat- We judged him at 200a hard winter kill in ed alfalfa field in it, plus yards, as we had 2010 had reduced the which really attracted left our rangefinder amount of tags allo- the antelope and deer. in the truck, but at a cated, and we were Because of the cold steep 40-degree down actually lucky to have wind, there were only a angle. drawn on our first try. few bucks and does in For all you shooters, An article I read said the field, which meant whether it be rifle, that although ante- they were tucked in bow, or shotgun, you lope numbers were under the ridge lines know how deceptive down, the trophy qual- for cover. this shot can be. Even ity was up. G-man’s Mallo Camp Leupold, Redfield, Burris, Simmons, Bushnell is located on the west edge of the Black Hills National Forest just GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE north of Newcastle, Wyo. Since this is an Hunting & Fishing Supplies area I’d heard so much

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with practice, it is one of the hardest shots to calculate, given angle, distance, bullet/arrow weight, then add in thermal and wind speed. Most often the shot will go high on downhill and uphill shots. Until recently, with the creation of compensating rangefinders and scopes, it is/was a shot a lot of us miss. And that is exactly what happened. As the antelope stood up, my first shot sailed high. Not knowing where we were, he and his friends bailed to the right, around the end of the ridge finger, and we hustled around our high point to intercept them on the other side. As they appeared, I realized I had no spot or time to set up in any other position than standing freehand. As he cleared the ridge, I didn’t make the same

mistake twice, as I circled the buck with the scope, stopping 4-inches below the chest and squeezed the trigger. Immediately the buck hunched, took three steps and flopped. As we approached the buck, we realized it was the perfect angled heart shot. Over the next few days, we enjoyed our “tourist” part of the trip, as we visited Mount R u s h m o r e, Crazy Horse Mount a i n , C u s t e r ’s P a r k a n d D e v i l ’s To w e r.

Even though short, it was one of our best trips. I encourage all sportsmen/women to support our conservation organizations to protect our 2nd amendment rights. The NRA, SCI, and numerous other organizations are constantly battling to keep our freedoms intact. These organizations have purchased hundreds of thousands of acres to preserve them for us and future generations to come.


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the vehicle at roughly 12:45 p.m. The trooper said he overheard at the scene the pair was headed to shoot at a range, but that it was not confirmed. The round went through Zimmerman’s left hand and struck Wallace in the right thigh. Abbuhl said the extent of the injuries was unknown the following day, but noted Wallace’s was greater because of being hit

in the thigh and the fact he was transported to Akron. Patient Information at Akron City Hospital showed no listing for Wallace, though. Wallace pulled into a driveway after being shot in the leg before troopers were called to the scene. Abbuhl said the case is under investigation and will be sent to the Holmes County Prosecutor for potential charges.

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RACK-ing ’em up for Christmas season Come December, we are all suddenly reminded of the spirit of giving. It’s more than just buying presents for your family and friends; it seems the whole giving thing has spread out and bubbled over onto every bit of life. Teacher gifts, extra tipping, kettles of every color. Every organization I know has some sort of charity for which they are raising money, and I admit at times I feel overly obligated to give away everything I have and then some to the point where, honestly, I get a little exhausted by it all. But even with the barest of pockets, I still find myself wrapped up in the spirit of giving because it

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(Continued From Page 22) Disneyland, Anaheim, Calif. — The happiest place on earth might just be the merriest place on earth, too. Disneyland lights up the holiday season with tons of sparkly decorations all over the park

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Public record Municipal court Bethany S. Dye, 60, 7560 Township Road 334, Millersburg, was fined $250 for disorderly conduct. Cory M. Weaver, 21, 463 Hickory St., Millersburg, was fined $500 for theft. He must make restitution. Allan A. Good, 20, 163 S. Mad Anthony St., Millersburg, was fined $250 for aggravated menacing, $250 for an open container in a motor vehicle and $250 for theft. He was placed on three years probation, must make restitution, complete LifeSkills and Insight programs and may have no contact with the victims or place of business. He must submit to random drug tests and complete stop smoking classes. Richard S. Lyons, 27, 11390 Township Road 506, Shreve, was fined $500 for driving while under a Financial Responsibility Act suspension and was sentenced to 10 days in jail. He was placed on three years probation and his operator’s license was suspended for 90 days. Nathanael J. Priebe, 40, 2642 Township Road 34, Killbuck, was fined $100 for animal at large. Ricky R. Graham, 30, 7178 Township Road 319, Millersburg, was fined $100 for an open container. Dawn Williard, 35, 206 Jefferson St., Holmesville, was fined $100 for illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Teri A. Angle, 29, 8500 Township Road 510, Big Prairie, was fined $200 for passing a stopped school bus. Myron R. Yoder, 18, 2253 Shetler Road, Sugarcreek, was fined $150 for failure to control. David R. Kurtz, 21, 127 E. Adams St. B2, Millersburg, was fined $300 for physical control. Clarence Robison, 53, 9481 Township Road 92, Killbuck, was fined $253 for overload.

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Nathan K. Troyer, 31, W. Main St., Holmesville, village administrator, and Lacie S. Sage, 25, 111 S. Washington St., Millersburg, teacher. Andrew T. Zollars, 21, 44087 County Road 19, Coshocton, sales, and Brandi N. Henderson, 26, 76 S. School St., Millersburg, deli worker. John M. Tullis, 28, 1817 State Route 83, Unit 314, Millersburg, CNC machinist, and Ashley R. Noel, 24, same address, secretary. Paul R. Baker, 76, 9277 Township Road 92, Killbuck, retired, and Lura A. Hall, 70, 809 Township Road 3414, Loudonville, retired. Jeremy L. Gingerich, 34, 2599 Township Road 414, Dundee, mechanic, and Heather R. Geibel, 29, 10502 Wellon Road NE, Bolivar, physical therapist assistant. Jacob A. Hershberger, 21, 7744 Fountain Nook Road, Apple Creek, stacking lumber, and Fannie A. Miller, 21, 2536 A Durstine Road, Dundee, cleaning. Garrick D. Steiner, 30, 1942 U.S. Route 62, Wilmot, construction, and Leanna R. Yoder, 31, 5483 State Route 515, Apt. 3, Millersburg, waitress. David S. Raber, 23, 1809 Township Road 151, Baltic, roofer, and Marlene D. Miller, 28, 12545 Cunningham Road, Apple Creek, cook. Nicholas S. Gerber, 25, 6821 Township Road 310, Millersburg, teacher, and Ashley M. Sommers, 25, same address, groundskeeping. Joseph D. Troyer, 24, 7504 County Road 363, Apple Creek, laborer, and Rebecca H. Troyer, 21, 8175 Township Road 669, Dundee, unemployed. Caleb D. Miller, 21, 8149 Township Road 551, Shreve, laborer, and Juanita S. Yoder, 21, 5110 Moreland Road, Fredericksburg, homemaker. Allen W. Yoder, 27, 159 Spring Drive, Millersburg, construction, and Elizabeth A. Byler, 20, same address, unemployed. Wallace G. Marsh Jr., 39, 719 Rossmore Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa., truck driver, and Christine J. Lepro, 49, same address, title clerk.

Steven J. Raber, 19, 71 S. Alexander St., Millersburg, sales associate, and Kimberly D. Gindlesberger, 20, same address, unemployed. Damien W. Larimore, 29, 10463 Township Road 262, Millersburg, laborer, Sheriff and Tara C. Clinage, 31, Nov. 27 — Holmes same address, bead con- County Sheriff’s Office sultant. took a report of crimi-

nal damaging on County Road 192 in Prairie Township. Nov. 28 — Breaking and entering was reported on U.S. 62 in Paint Township. A report was taken of vandalism on Salt Creek Township Road 606. Theft was reported on state Route 39 in Monroe Township. Nov. 29 — The department received a 911 hangup call on County Road 201 in Berlin Township. A report was made of harassment on Water Street in Killbuck. The sheriff’s office took a report of criminal damaging on Buckhorn Cove in Lake Buckhorn. The department took a report of criminal damaging on state Route 83 in Mechanic Township. A report was made of domestic violence on Depot Street in Glenmont. Officers received a report of harassment on Railroad Street in Killbuck. Nov. 30 — Sheriff’s deputies recovered lost property on the Rails to Trails in Hardy township. A report was made of noise near a residence on state Route 514 in Knox Township. A report was made of a dead deer blocking U.S. Route 62 in Killbuck Township. A report of breaking and entering was made at a business on County Road 575 in Clark Township. A report of vandalism to property was made on County Road 245 in Prairie Township. Officers received a report of a temporary protection order violation at a residence on South Monroe Street in Millersburg. Trespassing was reported at a residnce on U.S. Route 62 in Richland Township. The sheriff’s office assisted a motorist with a disabled vehicle on state Route 83 in Prairie Township. Officers received a report of a cow in the roadway on state Route 39 in Monroe Township. Dec. 1 — A suspicious vehicle was reported on Township Road 553 in Prairie township. A report of a suspicious vehicle was made at a business on Walnut Street in Walnut Creek. It was reported harass-

ty jail. Kenneth S. Hoover, 41, of Nashville was arrested by sheriff’s deputies on a charge of disordelry conduct and domestic violence. He was released on his own recognizance. Dec. 1 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Pete Andrew Witner Jr., 25, of Millersburg, charging him with OVI, driving under suspension and driving left of center. He was released on an OR bond. Michael E. Belt, 29, of Millersburg, was arested for failure to appear and remains incarcerated on a $10,000 cash or surety bond. Shane D. Pozworski, 29, of Wooster, was arrested on telecommunications harassment and was released on an OR bond. Martha S. Mullins, 57, of Killbuck was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. She was released on an OR bond. Duke Louis Stokovich, 54, of Killbuck, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies for disordelry conduct and released on an OR bond.

Officers resonsed to a single vehicle/deer crash on South Washington Street; no report was requested. An alarm activation was investigated at a business on South Washington Street. Nov. 29 — A report was made of a juvenile problem on North Crawford Street. Officers assisted a motorist with keys locked in their vehicle on West Adams Street. Officers responsed to a 911 hangup call on East Jackson Street. The department responsed to a report of subjects spotlighting deer off South Washington Street. Nov. 30 — A suspicious person was reported on South Washington Street. A suspicious parked vehicle was reported on South Clay Street. A disabled vehicle was reported on South Clay Street Hill. The department assisted Pomerene Hospital on Wooster Road. Dec. 1 — The department took a report of a vechicle being driven recklessly near East Jackson Street and Lakeview Drive. Fires A petty theft was reportAccidents Dec. 1 — District No. 1, ed from a residence on Nov. 29 — The sheriff’s Killbuck and Glenmont South Washington Street. office received a report fire personnel responded Officers responsed to a of a single vehicle, non- to Township Road 341 business alarm on Glen injury accident on state in Jefferson Township, Drive. Route 39 in Hardy Town- Coshocton County, to Officers assisted motorship. assist with a fire. ists in unlocking vehicleNov. 30 — A two-vehiDistrict No. 1 fire son North Monroe Street cle injury accident was personnel responded as well as South Washingreported on U.S. Route to a report of a large, ton Street. 62 in Killbuck Township. unknown type of fire The department The sheriff’s office on County Road 150 in responsed to an alarm received a report of a sin- Mechanic Township. at a bank on North Clay cle vehicle vs. deer, nonStreet as well as an alarm injury accident on U.S. at a business on Massillon Millersburg Route 62 in Mechanic Road. Township. Police A petty theft was reportA report was made of ed from a business on Nov. 26 — Millersa two-vehicle, non-injury burg Police responded to Glen Drive. accident on Township 501 reports of juveniles playAn injured deer was in Ripley Township. ing in the strseet on South reported on East Jackson Dec. 1 — Holmes Crawford Street and North Street. County Sheriff’s Office Clay Street. A report was made of a received a report of a vehicle being driven reckNov. 27 — Officers two-vehicle, injury acci- responded to an alarm at a lessly on South Washingdent on East Main Street business on West Jackson ton Street. in Berlin. The department took Street. A report was received a report of a protection Juveniles were reported of a single-vehciel vs. smoking on South Wash- order violation at a resideer, non-injury accident ington Street. dence on South Monroe on U.S. Route 62 in Paint Officers responded to a Street. Township. A report was made of a report of glass on South suspicious person throwWashington Street. A report was made of a ing cookies at a residence Arrests vehicle being driving reck- on South Washington Nov. 29 — Holmes Street. County Sheriff’s Office lessly on South WashingDec. 2 — It was reportton Street. arrested David Lee Acked loud music was comNov. 28 — An alam actiert, 47, of Glenmong, ing from an apartment on vation was investigated at charging him with domesLakeview Drive. tic violence. He remains a business on Massillon Road. incarcerated in the counSee Pg. 27 — RECORD ing text messages were being received at a residence on Garland Street in Glenmont. Barking dogs were reported at a residence on Township Road 267 in Monroe Township. A deer kill slip was issued on U.S. Route 62 in Killbuck Township. Criminal damaging to property was reported on Township Road 152 in Mechanic Township. Officers received a report of cows loose on the road on Township Road 246 in Prairie Township. A theft from a residence was reported on County Road 186 in Paint Township. Officers received a report of subjects shooting from the roadway on Township Road 506 in Ripley Township. A breaking and entering was reported at a business on Township Road 151 in Clark Township. A reckless driver was reported on U.S. Route 62 in Mechanic Township. A motorist with a disabled vehicle was assisted on state Route 39 in Hardy Township.

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United Way on track to meet $1.6 million goal By AMANDA ROLIK-GALLAGHER Staff Writer With a little more than half of the money raised for its 2012 campaign, the United Way of Wayne and Holmes Counties is on track to meet its $1.4 million goal. Executive Director Brenda Linnick said while the campaign is ahead in numbers with $771,272 raised, “we still have a long way to go.” The goal is an increase from the $1.3 million goal of the 2011 campaign. However, the needs of various partner organizations of United Way have increased as well, and requests are up in some areas, such as mental health services and senior and child advocacy. Linnick noted while the goal was reached

last year, the campaign funds were not enough to fulfill every request. Agencies are continuing to face cuts, which is making it a more difficult task to keep them adequately funded as new needs are emerging. Linnick estimated there to be about $1.6 million to $2 million in requests within the community. Of all of the needs, cash assistance for rent, utilities, food and medical expenses continue to be the top needs. “It’s the cash assistance that’s hard to come by,” Linnick said. In recent years, there also has been an increased need of resources for transportation, mental health services and prevention programs. Linnick also encourages people to think about

“The days of relying on someone else are over. We all have to be invested in it. An investment in United Way is an investment in the community.” Brenda Linnick, excutive director giving to others beyond the holidays when, come January, people are in need of heat, food and shelter. “That’s when they need the community to wrap their arms around them,” said Linnick. “It’s the long term solutions that we continue to strive for.” Assistant Director Todd Jasin said giving “isn’t just about making a person feel good about themselves,” but rather, it is about a community taking care of its own.

While some may think there is a disconnect between the economy and social services, Jasin begs to differ. “Having a healthy community makes good economic sense,” said Jasin, adding having a well-trained, drug-free work force will be key to attracting further economic development in the community. “The days of relying on someone else are over. We all have to be invested in it,” Linnick said. “An investment in

United Way is an investment in the community.” One of the things about United Way that Linnick is most proud of is there is a focus on giving people tools, not handouts. “The only way we can help somebody move from crisis to stability is by giving them a toolbox,” she said. “We don’t have a perfect system, (but) we have an incredible network of agencies. ... They try to work together so people aren’t going from one resource to another.” Linnick also stressed that the majority of the money raised will be invested back into the community. Of the money raised by the United Way last year, 16.2 percent was used for overhead. “People think our money leaves the com-

munity. It doesn’t,” she said. For those interested in learning more about where campaign dollars are invested, more information is available at www.uwwayneholmes. org. Linnick also encourages people to be a part of the decision-making process by joining the all-volunteer allocations committee, which will help decide how the money is split among community agencies following the campaign. Individuals interested in donating can do so online, by mail, or in person at the United Way, P.O. Box 548 215 South Walnut Street, Wooster 44691. Reporter Amanda Rolik Gallagher can be reached at 330-287-1635 or

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Local manufactured home program to be discontinued By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer In response to Ohio legislative changes, members of the Holmes County District Board of Health agreed to discontinue the local manufactured home program and rescind the associated fees. On Sept. 10, House Bill 47 went into effect, transferring oversight authority of mobile home parks from the Ohio Department of Health to a state manufactured homes commission, according to Holmes County Health Commissioner Dr. D.J. McFadden, who said the commission assumes oversight on Dec. 31. Despite the change, health districts had the right of first refusal and could opt to continue provision of inspection services. However, McFadden said, “when we looked at what we could expect, it became apparent it would not be economically feasible for us to continue the inspections and use sanitarians at the rate we pay our sanitarians.” Historically, the manufactured homes budget has never had a large surplus or a large deficit for the health dis-

trict, although it is right now a couple hundred dollars in the red, said McFadden. With the local inspection program dissolved, the work will be handled by the state, which will contract out for local services, said McFadden, noting the change has some local operators concerned. Nevertheless, he said, it was not only a fiscal but a common sense decision made by the board of health. “There are some of the activities we took part in as inspectors that the public would wonder why public health is looking at things like lighting and driveways.” The health department “will continue to investigate any nuisance complaints at mobile home parks, and we will continue to do that without additional pay,” McFadden said. Also at the meeting, the board agreed to hire Matt Falb to fill the newly created position of program director. The job was born out of “some of the work that’s been coming out of the futures process,” said McFadden, explaining, “we were concerned we did not have a person who could focus their attention on some

of the work being asked of us as far as accreditation and also some of the quality assurance pieces that were being asked of us.” “I realize those are roles I could have taken on myself, but feel I stretched enough being the medical director for the district and health commissioner,” said McFadden, who added Falb, who previously left a position as Holmes County’s epidemiologist for a position at the state, would be able also to assume some oversight in the department of epidemiology. Falb was one of two candidates who progressed to the final stage of the process and was chosen “largely because of his leadership work in public health in the State of New Mexico,” said McFadden. Falb also will assume some of the duties previously assigned to the deputy health commissioner, a position that was eliminated, due to budgetary constraints, in spring 2009. The board also reviewed the proposed food program fees for the coming year. Varying by size of facility and risk level, the fees went up by no more than $10 each, and in many cases

were less than the 2012 fees and the maximum allowable. “They’re based on the required state of Ohio cost methodology, which takes into consideration the time we put into the program, equipment purchased for program and support costs up to 30 percent,” McFadden said. Based on what is allowable, McFadden said, recommendations are based on the budget and what is needed to support the program. “Rather than just jump to the maximum, if our budget doesn’t require us to raise fees to the maximum, we try not to. People are trying to make a living here. We’re trying to be fiscally responsible, but

also to not have the government overcharge the community.” In old business, the health district has started accepting bids for the job to clean up a nuisance property located at 7971 Washington Township 470. Throughout the summer, the board of health continued hearings on the property, owned by Jonnie Bond and Ari Jolovitz, because significant progress was being made by the owners to remedy the solid waste nuisance. Progress, however, has stalled, and there has been a “significant backslide,” said McFadden, who said more solid waste has started to collect at the property and the leniency

of the board has been beyond tested. At the October meeting of the board, department officials were authorized to advertise for bids for cleaning of the property should the owners fail to meet a deadline that fell between the two meeting dates. That process has begun, and the cost of the cleanup, McFadden said, will be attached to the property’s taxes. The next meeting of the Holmes County District Board of Health is scheduled for Dec. 21 at 8:30 a.m. Reporter Christine L. Pratt can be reached at 330-674-5676 or by email at

Letter to the editor

Comments in article were onesided Editor: Greetings, we just wanted to express our concern about the anti-

Israel bias expressed in the article “Palestinian farmers turn to organic farming.” The comments about Israel hindering the farmers through their settlements and the dividing wall are one sided. It should be pointed out that Israel built the wall in response to numerous terrorist attacks, including suicide bombings, from Palestinians. To

complain about a wall erected as a response from Palestinian terrorism is absurd. We have been to Israel and the West bank and if anything, Israel is a leading pioneer and promoter of all types of farming, including organic. They have truly made the desert to bloom. Thank you Jason and Jenny Fawks Wilmot

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who use the bag.” Since Nov. 1, customers can spend $10 and receive a free canvas reusable shopping bag sporting the slogan “Be focal, shop local” with the participating local businesses listed on the back. Each business will be running its own specials to reward customers for shopping locally and for continually using these bags, explained Morris. “At Bookworms, we will be featuring a new release or popular fiction, changing every two weeks, at unbelievable prices, only for those shopping with their Be ‘focal, shop local bags.’ Just come in with your bag and get the featured book at or below the wholesale cost,” she said. Customers can watch for ads in the Holmes County Shopper or on the Bookworms Facebook page to see such titles featured as “Sadie’s Montana Series” by Linda Byler, the brand new release “An Amish Kitchen” by B. Wiseman, “The Polar Express” 20th Anniversary Heirloom Edition with audio CD, and more. Also coming up at Bookworms is Children’s Night in Historic ASK US HOW TO RECEIVE YOUR “BE FOCAL, BUY LOCAL” BAG and purchase one of these selected titles exclusive to the bag user.

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Obituaries Dorothy Miller, 90 Dorothy Eunice Miller, 90, of Millersburg (Berlin) died Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 at Walnut Hills Retirement Home in Walnut Creek following a period of declining health. She was born June 11, 1922 in Ulen, Minn. to the late Aaron and Magdelena Birky Kauffman, the seventh of the family of nine children. When she was 4 years old, her family moved to the vicinity of Minier, Ill., where she grew up among paternal and maternal families. She was baptized and became a member of Hopedale Mennonite Church at the age of 14. After graduating from local elementary and high schools, she attended Goshen College in preparation for teaching in elementary school. Two of her childhood desires were to become a school teacher and a Bible school teacher. Following one year of teaching in a country school in Illinois, at age 22, on June 11, 1944, she was married to Wayne Miller from Holmes County. After Wayne’s two years of service in CPS camps, the couple moved to and lived in Michigan, where Wayne was employed as a secondary school teacher and administrator. During those years, they were blessed with the birth of their four children, Myrna, Maurice, Marlene and Marilyn. Dorothy enjoyed being wife, mother, part-time elementary school teacher, Sunday School teacher and guide for several

women’s Bible study classes. Her main love and interests were her husband and children. Following 38 years living in Michigan, Dorothy and Wayne moved to Holmes County, the vicinity where Wayne grew up. Here was an extended family and church family, Berlin Mennonite, to welcome them and to enrich their lives. Dorothy was always blessed by the loving people in the church who accepted her and made her welcome in the fellowship. Surviving are her husband Wayne of Walnut Creek; her brother Dale Kauffmann of Pocatello, Idaho; a son, Maurice (Deborah) Miller of Decatur, Ga., daughter Marlene Miller of Berlin, daughter Marilyn (Vernon) Rempel of Littleton, Colo.; three granddaughters, Hannah Miller, Sarah Nathaniel, Diana Rempel and two grandsons, Matthew Grumbein and Jess Rempel. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her daughter Myrna Miller, her grandson Mark Isaac, three sisters and two brothers. Memorial services were Dec. 2 at Berlin Mennonite Church with Pastor Myron Weaver officiating. Private family burial was in Berlin Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek. www.smithfuneral. com Donations may be given to Mongolia Mission Network, c/o Berlin Mennonite Church.

Holmes–Wayne taking scholarship applications Applications are being accepted by Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative for its 2013 high school scholarship program. The member-owned electric utility will award six cash scholarships in all, totaling $12,000 in scholarships. There are male and female divisions for scholarships of $2,500, $2,000 and $1,500. The contest is open to high school seniors who have a grade point average of 3.6 or better on a 4.0 scale, will attend an accredited institution of higher learning next fall and whose parents or guardians are members of

and live in a home served by the Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative. Local first-place winners will compete in April for the state-wide Rural Electric Scholarship with scholarships of first place, $3,000; second place, $2,060; third place, $1,750; fourth place, $1,650; fifth place, $1,545; sixth place, $1,440; and seventh place, $1,340, for a total amount of $25,570 awarded. Applications and a complete set of rules can be obtained from school guidance offices or at The deadline is Feb. 1.

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Lydia Force, 65 Lydia Force, 65, of Millersburg, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012, at Aultman Hospital, Canton, following an extended illness. She was born Nov. 20, 1947, in Millersburg, and was the daughter of Peter and Anna Miller. On July 20, 1998, she married Gary Force and he survives. She was a member of the Millersburg Baptist Church. Lydia enjoyed working on puzzles and loved the many years she spent working at Birdies. Surviving in addition to her husband, Gary, are three brothers, Emery Miller of Akron, Gary (Sharon) Miller of Akron and Mervin (Pat) Miller of Florida; three sisters, Betty Hostettler of Fredericksburg, Edna Conner of Millersburg and her twin sister, Lala (Dallas) Kennel of Nebraska;  and  several

nieces, nephews, aunts and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister-in-law, Dena Miller; a brother-in-law, Richard Hostettler; and four nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Dec. 3 at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. Burial was at the Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg.

Lucille Paullin, 88 Lucille May Paullin, 88, Orrville, died Sunday morning, Dec. 2, 2012, at her home. She was born July 27, 1924, in Loudonville, the daughter of Carl and Mabel (Peters) Mutchler, and was a graduate of Loudonville High School. Lucille married Pete Paullin on Nov. 28, 1945, in Corbin, Ky. They were divorced in 1959. Lucille enjoyed playing cards, camping, family get-togethers and helping people. She was a member of the Catholic Church, and had lived in the Orrville area for more than 60 years. She had been employed at the former Crown Steel Co. in Orrville, as a welder before her retirement. Surviving are a son, Jerry Paullin of Orrville; sisters Clara Jane Conrad and Marian Randall, both of Loudonville; a brother, Robert (Doris) Mutchler of Findlay; sisters-in-law

Hattie Mutchler and Sophie Mutchler; and many nieces and nephews. Lucille was preceded in death by her parents; brothers Lawrence, Ralph and Kenneth Mutchler; and sisters Florence Gale and Virginia Hans. Graveside services will be Friday, Dec. 7, at 11 a.m. in the chapel at Crown Hill Cemetery, 1729 W. High St., Orrville, with the Rev. Ronald Turek officiating. Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday, Dec. 6, from 6-8 p.m. at Auble Funeral Home, 512 E. Oak St., Orrville. Online registry and expressions of condolence may be made at www.aublefuneralhome. com. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

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John ‘Kyle’ Gustafson, 45, of Killbuck, died Dec. 1, 2012. Kyle was born on Oct. 29, 1967 in Clinton, Iowa. After attending school there, he moved to Fort Worth, Texas, where he worked as a truck driver for several years. He then moved to Millersburg, where he has lived and worked since 2006. He will be remembered for his big heart, great hugs and fierce sense of loyalty and awesome tattoos. He will be a Dallas Cowboy hater for all time. He leaves behind his wife, Kayla; daughter Adison of Killbuck; parents Bernadette Petersen, Rick and Sandi Gustafson, all of Clinton, Iowa; siblings Lori Gustafson, Cory Petersen, Mark (Beth) Petersen, Scott (Alexa) Petersen, Amanda (Dan) Norfleet, Daniel (Jamee) Mullen; nieces Brittney (Ryan) Dennis, Ashley Dennis,

Harry A. Miller, 59, 10759 Mount Hope Road, Fredericksburg, died Tuesday evening, Nov. 27, 2012, died at his home following an extended illness. He was born in Holmes County on Oct. 8, 1953, to Alfred D. and the late Katie (Yoder) Miller and married Erma J. Miller on April 14, 1977. She survives. He was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Ivan (Esther) Miller and Henry (Erma) Miller, both of Fredericksburg, Verna (Albert) Troyer of Orrville and Katie (Johnny) Raber of the home; 24

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New-look Hiland gets old results

Yes, they’re that good After West Holmes rolled over Dover by 61 points last Thursday, coach Lisa Patterson tempered her enthusiasm. She noted that the Knights will get a true test of where they stand on Saturday when they travel to Shaker Heights to take on the four-time defending state champion Blazers of Hathaway Brown, a team that returns its entire starting five from last year’s champions. If the 49-45 win posted by the Knights over the Blazers is any indication of how good this West Holmes team is, opponents better look out. Junior Laina Snyder turned in a monster game, pouring in 23 points and grabbing nine rebounds to lead the Knights. The 6-foot1 post hit a pair of free throws with eight seconds remaining to give West Holmes the lead, and she iced the game with two more freebies with less than a second remaining when she grabbed a rebound off an errant last-second attempt to tie by the Blazers’ Vanessa Smith. The Knights jumped out to an early lead, scoring the first eight points of the game. Snyder hit a 3-pointer and scored inside, pumping in nine first-quarter points as the visitors opened up a 17-7 advantage with just

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under a minute remaining in the first period. The Blazers clawed their way back into the game, scoring the final five points of the opening frame, and then scoring the first 11 of the second stanza to take a 23-17 lead midway through the second. Paiten Strother stroked a 3-pointer, and after Hathaway Brown split a pair of free throws, Snyder scored on back-toback trips down the floor to knot things at 24. Rachelle Morrison answered a Blazer bucket to pull West Holmes even at 26-26 at intermission. The Knights continued to surge ahead on baskets by Mallori Vess and Snyder to start the second half. Morrison swished a triple to give the visitors a 33-26 lead before the hosts scored back-to-back baskets to pull within 33-30. Alex Starr came off the West Holmes bench and hit consecutive layups to stretch the lead back to seven. A three-point play by Morrison, who joined Snyder in double digits with 10 points, gave the Knights an eight-point edge inside the final minute of the third quarter. Smith, who paced the Blazers with 19 points, scored the final bucket See Pg. 33 — LYNCH

By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer The new-look Hiland Hawks were unveiled on the road in the Wigwam at Coshocton Saturday night and the result was very familiar, as the Hawks posted a 47-32 triumph over the Redskins. After riding the Dylan Kaufman Express to nearly 100 wins and two state titles over the past four seasons, Hiland features a team of one senior and minimal experience. Yet when those players don the red, white and black uniforms of Hiland High School, even the youngest birds take flight. Hiland played defense with the same intensity as ever, as the scoreless second period would indicate. And Hiland’s players have never been shy about shooting. Freshman Brady Schlabach stroked three 3-pointers and teamed with Todd Ropp to lead the Hawks with 11 points apiece, while six different players scored for the balanced Hiland attack. But the tale of this game was the second period. “The second quarter, defensively, I thought we did a great job,” said Hiland coach Mark Schlabach. “We made some shots and it actually looked like we had some flow to our game. That was the game. The second quarter was the game.” Coshocton led 11-10 after the first quarter, scoring twice on wide open back-door cuts. The Hawks slammed that door shut in the second period. Brennan Coil (eight points)

scored inside on the opening possession of the period to give Hiland a 12-11 lead and the Hawks never looked back. Hiland picked up its defensive intensity and held Coshocton scoreless until the second half. After Coshocton (1-1) missed two triple tries, Jordan Yoder didn’t at the other end and Hiland led 15-11. A driving layup by Eric Miller off a missed 3-point attempt by Coshocton and the Hawks led 17-11. Schlabach stroked his second 3-pointer of the first half to give the Hawks a 20-11 lead early in the second quarter. A steal and a nifty no-look pass by Schlabach to Coil led to another Hiland score. A three-point play by Miller and a stickback by Yoder had the Hawks up 28-11 at the break. The Redskins went 0-for-7 from the field, 0-for-1 from the foul line and turned the ball over four times in the second quarter. Things didn’t go quite so well in the third quarter, but Hiland maintained an 11-point lead into the final frame. “It’s hard for a young team, it’s hard for any team, to learn to put teams away,” Schlabach said. “We got really stagnant offensively in the third quarter. Fortunately, for us, I don’t think Coshocton played its best game.” The Redskins were coming off a 30-point win on Friday night and looked a bit sluggish, while Hiland had its youthful buoyancy. “We feel we’re pretty balanced.

We’ve got seven guys who can lead us in scoring,” Schlabach said. “And once the scouting report gets out on Brady, he won’t get so many open looks. But he showed tonight what he’s capable of doing.” The Hawks turned the ball over 21 times, most of those coming in the second half against hard man pressure by the Redskins. “We’ve done OK against zone pressure in scrimmages,” Schlabach said. “That type of man pressure we struggled with a bit. We’ve just got to be more confident in what we’re doing. And learn to put people away. We have to attack instead of being passive. A lot of our turnovers were passive type turnovers.” Curtis Blake kept Coshocton in the game, drilling four 3-pointers and leading all scorers with 18 points. The Redskins only had three players score. Tanner Cognion added 12. Miller and Yoder finished with seven points apiece to help Hiland’s attack. The Hawks won the battle of the boards 28-16, with Ropp ripping down seven rebounds and Yoder and Coil each grabbing six. “We win, that’s a good thing for these kids,” Schlabach said. “We need to learn how to win. For those guys in that locker room, that’s the first time where they’ve won after a varsity game. Any win for this group early in the year, we’re going to let our kids feel good about it, because they need to build their confidence and learn that they can win.”

Knights’ Rohskopf MVP, frosh Woods champ It was the season-opening weekend for wrestlers, but West Holmes senior Max Rohskopf showed he’s already in state-caliber form. Rohskopf won the Most Valuable Wrestler award in leading the Knights to

third place at the 16-team Cambridge Invitational Saturday. In a rematch of a state tournament match, Rohskopf won over Canal Fulton Northwest’s Kyle Harris, the NC State recruit Rohskopf pre-

vailed again with a pin in 1:29 to finish 5-0 at 145 pounds. Also winning a title for West Holmes was freshman Cole Woods (106). Woods stuck his first two opponents and then beat Josiah Hrusch 8-6 to

SPORTS FANS! Michael Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles has rushed for more yards than any other quarterback in NFL history – more than 5,000 and counting as of the start of the 2012 season. Vick is the lone active player among the top 10 running quarterbacks ever. Among the other nine, can you guess which three are in the Hall of Fame? At number number three all time, with 4,239 rushing yards, is Steve Young, Fran Tarkenton is fourth with 3,674, while John Elway is sixth with 3,407. In case you’re wondering, Randall Cunningham is second all time with 4,928, while Steve McNair is fifth with 3,590. When the 2012 NFL season began, which individual player and which team were the leaders in total sales of officially licensed merchandise? Peyton Manning’s new Denver Broncos jersey was number one among all players, while the Pittsburgh Steeler were tops among all teams. The Steelers not only led in overall merchandise (the Super Bowl champion New York Giants were second), but in all sales to men, all sales to women and all sales to kids. Take a wild guess at the total gross revenues of all four major North American team sports combined, as of 2012. Hold on to your helmets – the grand total each year is more than $25 billion. Here’s the breakdown. Leading the way, at approximately $9.5 billion in annual revenue, is the NFL. Next, at about $7.7 billion, is Major League Baseball. Third, at more than $4.3 billion, is the NBA. Finally, at a mere $3.3 billion, is the NHL. From all of us fans – you’re welcome!

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PP&K COMPETITION — Madison Kandel, and her brother Bo, display their hardware earned at the State Punt, Pass & Kick competition held Sunday, Nov. 25, at the Cleveland Browns Training Facility in Berea. Madison won the 13-14 year-old girls division and Bo placed third in the boys 13-14 bracket. Madison now must await the results from all 32 NFL teams, with the top four moving on to compete at a playoff site to be determined.

reach the finals., where he scored a 4-2 decision over Anthony Heavlin of Harrison Central. Josiah Allison (113) took second. Matt Schlegel finished fourth at 160. Minerva (194.5) won the team title, followed by Thornville Sheridan (191.5) and West Holmes (162.5). “It was a good start to the season for us,” West Holmes coach Jeff Woods said. “It’s getting to be a better and better tournament. There are four pools of four to make 16-man brackets. “It’s nice for our young guys because everybody’s able to get five matches. We definitely know what we need to work on now.” Allison scored pins in his first three matches and added a pin in the semifinal. He suffered a first-period fall in the finals against Josh Henderson of Lisbon Beaver. Schlegel posted pins in his first two matches and added a 3-2 decision to reach the finals. He got stuck in his match against Cambridge, and fell 6-5 in the battle for third.

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Hiland learns lessons, tops Strasburg By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Hiland learned a lot about itself after the season-opening loss to Twinsburg. One of the things the Hawks learned was how to handle pressure. Another was how to finish. Against Inter-Valley Conference foe Strasburg Wednesday night, the Hawks applied both their lessons and turned back the Tigers 48-32. “The Twinsburg game really helped us,” Hiland coach Dave Schlabach said. “We went back after the game and watched a lot of tape. We talked about handling pressure. They showed out weakness and we had a chance to work on it. We stayed poised, for the most part. “I’m not sure we’d have handled their pressure as well if we didn’t pay Twinsburg,” the coach continued. “We made some adjustments, talked about what we needed to do.” Regina Hochstetler was the lone Hiland player in double figures, pumping in 14 points. The junior hit a trio of 3-pointers, including a buzzer-beater at the end of the third quarter that extended Hiland’s lead back out to 10 after the Tigers trimmed the lead to four moments earlier. The Hawks led 16-10 after the opening eight minutes of action, with six different players scoring. They were ahead 27-18 at the half. Jasmine Goings scored inside to give the Hawks a 33-23 lead, but Strasburg answered with back-to-back triples by Stepha55

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eight points, split a pair of free throws to slow the Strasburg run. Hochstetler hit a jumper and then drilled a 3-pointer as time expired in the third to give Hiland a 39-29 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

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“Regina hit a couple big shots for us,” Schlabach said. “That pull-up jumper and then the 3 at the end of the quarter, that was big. She was disappointed that she missed the game-winner at Twinsburg. She’s anxious to shoot another one some day.” Hochstetler tacked on another triple in the fourth quarter, answering a bomb from Colombo. Those three points were the only three Strasburg would score in the final frame. Kendra Schlabach dialed up long distance in the fourth quarter. The senior finished with eight points. Emily Yoder iced things down the stretch with a pair of free throws. “We’re a very balanced team this year. We played a lot of kids in different rotations,” Schlabach said. “I feel 3-through-12 we’re really similar. If someone’s making a few plays, they’re going to get a few more minutes. We got good extra production from Sasha Goings (four points). “Strasburg’s a good team. We feel really good about this win,” the coach continued. “It’s a big win, a conference game on the road. That’s a quality win. We’ll take it.” The loss was the first of the season for the Tigers (1-1, 0-1). “Tonight was an eye-opener for the girls,” Strasburg coach Benton Bonanno said. “We’ve got to pick it up and do a better job when we get on a roll like we did in the third quarter. That’s on me. We’ve got to have the girls better prepared so that when something gets said, it gets done right away.”

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(Continued From Page 32) of the frame to cut the West Holmes lead to six heading into the fourth quarter. A turnover and two missed free throws by the Knights enabled Hathaway Brown to pull back within two (44-42). Nia Marshall, who added 12 points for the 2-2 Blazers, split a pair of free throws and Smith added pair off a West Holmes turnover to even the score at 45-45 with 1:55 to play. The Knights misfired on a pair of shots and Hathaway Brown came up empty on its next trip down the floor. Snyder was fouled grabbing an offensive rebound with 15 seconds remaining, giving the Knights the ball under their own basket. Snyder was fouled going in for the go-ahead score and hit the front end of the bonus and the second shot as well to give the guests a 47-45 edge with eight seconds to play. Smith drove to the hoop but came up empty and Snyder was fouled as she grabbed her ninth board of the game. She hit the resulting free throws and gave the Knights their third win of the season without a loss. Strother finished with seven points to help the West Holmes cause.

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Farm Equipment

REESE DISC drum mower, 10'+, adjustable height,extra set of belts & blades, trailed model, $7,750. firm. Millersburg, (330) 473-7647. PIONEER 2X14 gang plow. New Points, field ready, $2000 OBO. Flail chopper fits J.D. 24 & baler, $200. Atlee L. Yoder, 7941 C.R. 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611 79 ALUM Livestock Trailer, 22' long, 8' Wide, Railing for second deck but don't have deck. $7500 OBO. Call 330-275-0164

FARMALL SUPER M on hard rubber, runs good. (330) 852-2263 FOR SALE: John Deere belt corn sheller. Also, Jonsered gas Skil saw. Melvin Miller, V.M. 330-893-3474 FORD 3415 Tractor, 1100 hours, 48HP, $7,000. (330) 473-5964 FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./ hr. Call (330) 897-1222 ext 3. 78" QUICK Attach Bucket for skidloader or tractor, good condition. $275 Nathan Mast (330) 852-4925 FOR RENT: Cat skid loader with cab. Call (330) 763-3811. FOR SALE: Bale Spears Quickattach. New, $350. Call 330-359-0810 560 STEINER Bale Beaver, 3375 Knight Tumble Mixer, 28' Belt conveyer, (330) 359-5647 or (330)473-2866

FIRST CUTTING pure timothy horse hay, $8.00. Mixed first and second cutting round bales, $110.00. (330) 472-2613. ORGANIC BEEF by the quarter, whole or half, call for price. Will be ready by Thanksgiving. Place your order now. (330) 897-1348 x1 SQUARE Bales, $8.50; 6yr. old Belgian gelding, broke; 5 Holstein open heifers. 330-893-3087 x4. 2ND CUTTING hay, mostly orchard grass, large round bales, (330) 893-2198. WILL SPREAD or dump chicken manure, clean out & buy. Chicken manure available sometimes. Call Dennis, 330-844-3516. FOR SALE: 1st cutting, 2nd cutting and 3rd cutting hay, round bales. Phone (330) 359-5730. FIRST CUTTING round hay bales, beef or heifer hay. (330) 674-4964. MAPLE SUGARING supplies: 3 gal. sap bags, 35¢ while supplies lasts. Weaver Maple, 8183 TR 611, Fredericksburg, 44627. 4'X50" CORN Fodder Round Bales, $45 per bale delivered. Noah Yoder (330) 674-1000


Firewood Fuel

SIDE SLINGER manure spreader, 1000 gal., $2500. obo. (330) 674-7440 ext 1. FOR SALE: JD 730 Diesel pony motor start, restored. 330-276-2930 Killbuck, Ohio. 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 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

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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 4 YEAR old Gelding, All Trot, TSS, Sharp Boys Horse. (330) 695-9911†x2 15 YR. old Reg. Belgian mare. Well broke, $600. M.J.H., 8100 S. A.C. Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 BLACK FRIESIAN sport horse registered colt, easy to handle, up-headed & sharp. Also black crossbred mare with 2 white socks, broke to ride & drive, single & double, due in March with a Friesian baby. Sport horse papers available for 2013 foul. (740) 545-5047. 75 DORSET & Polypay mixed ewes, yearlings-3 years old, bred for Spring lambs. 10 bred Dorper & Katahdin hair ewes. 15 beef steers, weaned, 475-525 lbs, $600. each. 10 weaned heifers, 350-450 lbs. 40 weaned steers, 550-625 lbs. Delivery available. (740) 567-4205. NEW C-MOR Easy Entry Cart, Maroon with clear finished shaft, Also in good condition C-More Easy Entry Cart. (330) 852-2826 3 YEAR old chestnut mare, trotting bred, TSS, small but very tough, women drove her in the buggy. 330-275-0164. 6 YEAR old Standard Bred Gelding. Boys horse, TSS, Nice, Needs work. Leave message (330) 893-0038 GRASS FED Holstein steer, approx. 1100 lbs. Call Josh 330-897-6005. 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: 8 yr. old standard bred mare. Stands well to hitch. 15 hand. Women can drive, $1300 OBO. Hackney pony about 38". Needs lots of work. Kicks, $175. Call Mal, 330-897-1457 ext. 1

LANDPRIDE DM3507 disk mower, $4500. Ford backhoe, $3500. JD BWA 12 ft disk, $1500. 330-276-5417 or 330-276-9908.

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

FOR SALE: 6x40 Auger on wheels. Very good condition. Dan A. Miller, 5344 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

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

WOULD HAVE Room to feed 70 heifers $.40 a day if you furnish feed. Lester Hostetler, 330-359 0290 ext. 1.

GRAVITY WAGON, Killbros model 350, extended sides, extendable hitche, good cond., $2,100. Holmesville, 330-473-7647.

FOR SALE. Firewood, seasoned & split. $50./ pick up load. (330) 674-2422.

17 YR old standard bred, TSS, anybody can drive. $500. (330) 852-3192, VM. Matthew Shetler, 2000 TR 164, Sugarcreek, OH 44681.

FOR SALE. 530 Hesston round baler, $4500. (330) 567-2249. FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127. 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.

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

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

FOR SALE: Seasoned Firewood. $55 a p/u load. $180 Trailer load. Delivery Available. (330) 674-2002


FIREWOOD, MIXED hardwoods, split & round, $45. per short bed, $65. per long bed. You load. Elmer Mast, 8718TR 552, Shreve, OH 44676. (330) 231-0797.

Farm Products Produce

1ST CUTTING small square mixed hay, $5.75 each. 3rd cutting large squares alfalpha., $4.25/ ton. Can deliver. Phone (740) 552-1722.

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


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

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

HAFLINGER GELDING, trained to drive & ride, also farm work. $400. 740-398-9382..

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. FOR SALE: Nubian milking goat; Also, 8-mo. old nanny and a breeding age billy. 330-674-1665 x2. 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.

NEED A service bull? Black Angus to run with your herd till May or June. (330) 897-1459. 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. 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. 8 YEAR old Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, Women can drive, $2,500. 330-275-2504 after 3pm or Saturdays. FOR SALE: 3 Katahdin Dorper Cross Rams. Service age, sired on Farm. Noah Petersheim 993 US 62 Wilmot OH 44689 FOR SALE: Bred sows & service boar, vaccinated with Farrow Sure B. (330) 893-1520. Alan Garver, 1940 TR 416, Dundee, OH 44624. 7 YEAR old Red Sorrel Belgian Mares, Light mane and tail, stripe, 1/2 sisters, 17.2 Hands. Very good broke for small children, but not lazy. TSS. Andrew J. Yoder 29420 TR 212, Fresno, OH 43824 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 3 YR. old Trotter by Conway Hall. Buggy size. Safe for women. Drives nice. T.S. &S. $2500. Atlee L. Yoder, 7941 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611 FOR SALE: 2 yr. Quarter horse stud. Sorrel with blaze. Very tame and easy to handle. 330-279-9290 ext. 3 FOR SALE: 8 year old Surrey Mare, Safe for Woman, TSS, 5 Year old Gelding, slow, safe for women. Ken Troyer (330) 600-1519 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. FOR SALE. Black and white yearling min. pony filly, $100. Vernon Yoder, 6135 TR 362, Millersburg, OH 44654. FOR SALE: 9 YR. old Qtr. horse gelding, good, broke to ride. Good trail horse. Registered, T.S.S. Also wanted set of used Haflinger harness. 330-893-0026 9 YR. OLD black Dutch Percheron cross. Big up headed driving mare, tss, $1400/obo. 330-674-4997 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 4 YEAR old Gelding Trotter, 16.1. Been in Surrey, TSS, Broke for women. Marcus Mullet (330) 852-2826

BREEDING AGE Holstein bull, $800. 330-897-1403 x3

3 YR. old reg'd Chestnut Morgan Mare, tss, women can drive, family horse candidate. (330) 600-0165

FOR SALE: Organic laying hens. Laying good. $5.00. Niva D Miller, 5344 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

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

BIG 9 year old Standard Gelding. TSS. Something for older people. Jonas Miller 3374 E Moreland Rd, Fredericksburg OH 44627

6 YR. old standard bred gelding. Buggy size, TSS, all trot, stands good to hitch, women can drive, $1200. Levi E. Zook, 7423 TR 652, Millersburg, OH 44654. FOR SALE: 6 yr old registered morgan gelding, dark bay, 15 hands, boy's horse. $1500. obo. John O Miller Jr, 330-893-1617.


14 MONTH old Jersey bull for sale. Ready for service. $500. 330-231-6446.

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

HILAND SUPPLY CO. LTD. Advanced Chimney Technology

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Horses Livestock

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: 17 years old standard bred, safe for anyone to drive, good price to a good home. Call for more info. 330-763-3085. FOR SALE: 4-1/2 mo. old Golden red pullets. Starting to lay. $7.50. Dannie Stutzman, 8446 Lautenschlager Rd., Applecreek OH. 44606 7 YR. old black mare. Traffic safe, sound, trotter. Some chrome. Eli Miller, 6411 TR 607, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 17 MONTH old registered Holstein bull, ready for cows. 3 point tire scraper. Marvin Coblentz, 992 US 62, Wilmot. (330) 359-5570. 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. NEW PRODUCT: Now stocking Dr. Paul Dettloff's full line of products. New Bedford Elevator & Supply LLC 330-897-6492 FOR SALE: Ring Necked Pheasant, Bob White Quail, Melanistic mutant pheasant. Leave message, 330-600-0884 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. 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 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. YOUNG SAANEN Dairy Goat, due to freshen in Feb, 1st time. $150. Paul Hershberger, (330) 674-2907 4 YEAR old morgan mare, traffic safe, good traveler for long trips. Dan Yoder, 4805 TR 401, Millersburg, OH 44654. Phone (330) 893-3238. FOR SALE: Buggy horse harness in good cond. Leroy Yoder, 10225 Senff Rd, Dundee, OH 44624. (330) 359-5126. FOR SALE: 2 gray miniature Jenny donkeys, 3 and 4 years old. (330) 698-3042 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: 5 year old Sorrel Morgan, Saddle bred Cross, broke to ride, $550 Ervin Troyer, (330) 893-7075 PIGEONS - Performing Almond Rollers. Also Helmets and Komorner Tumblers, black, red & blue. (330) 893-2529. 12 YEAR old Black Standard Bred Gelding, with 2 whites, TSS, Still good for some miles. $950. (330) 279-2100 9 YR. old surrey size gelding, $1900. (330) 473-3507 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. FOR SALE: 3 yr. old black standard bred mare. Traffic safe, sound, women can drive. Big enough for surry. Mostly trot. $2,400. Norman Yoder, 4454 CR 229, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 BLACK ALPINE billy goat, no horns out of a goat dairy herd. (330) 600-0130.

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

BUFF BRAHMA rooster and hen sets. Broody type. White Rock rooster and hen set. $12.00 per set. 330-674-1814. David Miller, 5880 CR 68, Millersburg, 44654.

6 YEAR OLD crossbred mare, TSS. Needs work. Dan Miller, 5919 TR 363, Millersburg. 330-893-1637, VM.

5 YEAR old standard bred mare. TSS up headed. Boys horse, mostly trot, $1800. 330-359-1203

2 GRASS fed hormone-free beef Holstein & Jersey-Holstein cross. $1.00/per pound. (330) 674-0557 x3.

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

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3 YR old black, DHH x saddlebred, 16 H, buggy broke. Sire: Albert. Good traveler. Powerful driver. (330) 698-0306. For Sale: Registered Shetland Pony Mare, 36", Broke to Ride & Drive, Good for Beginners, 10 yrs old, Well mannered. Daniel I. Shetler (330) 852-3070 x 2 8 YEAR old Chestnut standard bred gelding TSS. 330-752-9822 6 YR old morgan Percheron mare, broke single & double, TSS. Also 6 yr old standard bred gelding, Leroy Miller, 9455 Dover Rd, Apple Creek, OH 44606. Jersey Family Cow for Sale. Linde Semen Tank. Samuel M. Yoder, 2386 CR 200, Dundee. (888) 790-1473 / VM


Household Furnishings

NOTICE: WILL re-upholster used couches, loveseats, rockers, hassocks, etc. Also boat seat cushions. Will make new cushions for outdoor furniture. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, 44654. VM, (330) 674-1300. SECTIONAL COUCH Wine/Raspberry color, w/2 recliners & pullout bed, average condition. $200 (330) 893-3284 FOR SALE: Gas floor lamp & Coleman gas lanterns. Paul Weaver, 9181 CR 77, Fredericksburg. 330-695-2398, VM. 4 PIECE bookshelf bedroom set, 2 couches, 2 recliners, loveseat, wardrobe, chests & dressers, file cabinet & nice bookshelves, kitchen cabinets, beds & frames, new & used mattress sets. 2529 TR 110, Millersburg. (330) 674-0944. 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! CHINA CABINET, 3 door, Solid Walnut. Clear Gas Lamps. (330) 674-1504 MAYTAG RINGER Washer. Choice of square or round tub. Both rebuilt. 330-695-6793.


REMINGTON 1100 12ga Black stock rifled barrel w/scope. $400 (330) 205-0383 ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 40# bag for $6.00. Eli A Yoder, Charm. (330) 893-2037. HORTON HUNTER Supreme Cross Bow, scope, quiver and arrows. $200 Brunton Echo Binoculars 8x32, new in box. Paid $275-asking $200 (330) 893-3808 HEATER BODY suit, used once, $160. (330) 464-8450. 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. REMINGTON 870 Magnum, 12 gauge, good cond. Savage 222 with scope. Marlin 22 mag with scope. Mose Troyer, (330) 852-7017. BOBWHITE QUAIL, $6.00 each. V.M. (330) 674-0851 ext. 1 FOR SALE: Tradition Tracker muzzle loader, like new. $200 obo. Levi Miller, 9850 Harrison Rd., A.C. , OH 44606 WANTED 210 Savage slug gun. Any condition. Call 330-263-0421 leave message with price. 50 CAL. CVA Staghorn Muzzel loader. Good Condition. $100 (330) 567-2674 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 KNIGHT 50-ca DISC muzzle loader, stainless barrel $350; CVA Wolf muzzle loader, $150. 330-231-7140

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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 MODEL 10A Gravely Tractor, excellent cond. With 4' snow blower and sweep brush. Call Leonard (330) 674-0456 24 IN. WALK BEHIND brush mower with 7.5 hrs. Vanguard $350. Bio100 BCS chipper shredder, $950. 740-622-0147 FOR SALE: Yard Machine snowblower, 4-1/2-hp, 21" cut, works great. $65/obo. 330- 674-7397.


COURSE- $45. JAN 5 & 6 OR Hunting Fishing NRA/CCW JAN 19 & 20 330-335-9205

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

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.

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

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

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

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. 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 FOR SALE: Raleigh 2011Model, Full Carbon Frame Racing Bicycle, Carbon Black & Green. 330-275-6360 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. 450+ PIECES old barn roof slate, 7 1/2 x 14", $200. for all. (419) 368-3817, Lakeville. FOR SALE: 55 gal Fish tank with stand. $50 (330) 674-5799†x2


• Solar 02800 PanelsAD12708210 - 15-215 watt 216 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

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

BOYS BUGGY, Fiberglass Shaft, Steel Wheels, Fair Condition. $1200. Medium Size Pony Harness, exc condition. $75 (330) 567-2233

FOR SALE: Maytag Dryer, Electric. $50 (330) 674-7156 CHICCO HIGH chair, great shape, $25. Wagon of Mega Blocks $12. (330) 231-4726. FireGuard - A great Christmas gift idea. Sorrounds campfires so children don't tumble in. Foldable, fully-assembled. Sunset View Sales. (330) 600-1366 LARGE NAPOLEON wood stove model 1900, 3 years old, $1000. Perfection natural gas heater, 20,000 BTU, works fine. 330-852-2902. 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. HEATMASTER 600 wood and coal boiler. 145,000 BTU, used, in good cond. $1800. Javon Miller, 330-893-3866. or 330-893-1605, home. NEW NECCHI treadle flatbed and free arm heads for sale. Now dealer for JUKI sewing machines and sergers. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center. Apple Creek Oh (330) 698-3060 FOR SALE: 27" Panasonic TV with glass enclosed stand. Works great! $20 Call 330-674-6161 FOR SALE: 500 gal Air Tank. with 5HP Air compressor, 10HP Kawasaki motor, 4" Hidden View Air Pump. $1500 330-763-0776 or 330-359-6214 FOR SALE: 8 ft. Flex shaft with Kawasaki motor, $195. Eli U. Burkholder, 2679 TR 406, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 330-893-4901

New Philadelphia Office

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

BUGGY ROBES, 60"x72", $40. Wind/ water proof, misc. colors on black. Also with oil cloth, $35. (330) 359-0290 ext. 5. GROCERY BOXES, will fit our buggy Cargo Carriers, 16" Tall, vinyl, waterproof, keeps groceries clean & dry. Reg $86, Dec Special $77.40, Tax $5.03, Shipping $9.00. While Supply Last, Free literature, Hillside Fabrication. 3321 TR 411, Millersburg, Ohio. 330-893-1058. 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. FOR SALE: Timber Eze Wood/Coal stove $250 Pot Belly stove $75 (330) 763-3799 FREE RED oak trees, 1' to 3' tall, you dig. Phone (330) 897-7794.


December Inventory Close Out!!! 20% off! 8-FT. Kits. Many uses..... •Hunting Blinds; •Chicken Coops •Small Animal Barn •Playhouses •YOU NAME IT!!! Regular price $1595 Selling for $1296!

TOP BUGGY, Steel Tires, Storm front, Brakes, LED Lights, Good condition. $2300. Clyde Yoder (330) 893-1097 JUKI INDUSTRIAL sewing machine w/stand and Electric Motor. New Condition $950. Weaver's Tarp Shop, 13013 TR 506, Big Prairie, OH 44611 6 PIECES, 6" x 30" insulated stove pipe,. $200. 110,000 BTU propane space heater, $125. (330) 897-6602 leave msg. 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. 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. 2200 WATT Honda generator, works. (330) 473-9567. 10" AIR table saw, $250. Gast air motor, $80. Air foot controlled switch, $55. Rediray heater, 4000 BTU, nat. gas, $40. 5 ft Champion sled, $30. (330) 695-5395 FOR SALE: Homemade Wooden Toys, barns, stock yards, truck trailer, trains, wagons, Highchair. (330) 852-0053 FOOSBALL TABLE, good cond. $75. 330-231-1694. TIMBER EZE , wood/coal hot water heating boiler. Model 104, $550. 330-897-0735 Baltic, Ohio

Call Nathan Hershberger (330) 852-0519 FOR SALE: Bowman made mini s u r r e y . Led lights, fiberglass shaft, 5 yrs old, Very Good Condition. $4,500 OBO. (330) 695-7531 CATTLE HEAD GATE, automatic catch, walk thru release. $450. obo. Holmesville. (330) 473-7647. TOP HACK, good condition, hydraulic or block brakes, vinyl cover on stock rack, $1250. 877-396-6282 WOOD MIZER, LT70, good working cond. 62 HP Perkins engine, 5500 hours. (330) 359-6303.

BALE SPEARS, heavy duty, $475. Mounted for Universal attach. Also 4 horse neck yokes. Dan Miller, 5919 TR 363, Millersburg, OH 330-893-1637, VM FOR SALE: 45 in. by 11 ft. Shuffle board with accessories, $150. Albert E. Yoder, 330-897-2037 FOR SALE: Medium sized pony cart. Like new condition. Easy entry. $425. 330-674-0608 USED XANTREC inverter charger, 3624, $450. New torch floor lamps, 12 volt or 110, $55. each. 10% off solar panels& New Magnum inverters. 10 watt LED corn cob bulbs, $30. each. The Lighthouse Installation, (330) 275-0535. 7884B TR 568, Fredericksburg, Oh 44627.

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


CHRISTMAS GIFTS, Kids carts, corn hole games, Martin houses, bird feeders, and bird houses. Wild Cat Woodcrafts. (330) 897-7403.

OSBURN WOOD Stove, glass door, make offer. John H Miller 13702 TR 471, Lakeville Oh 44638

Miscellaneous Merch.

5425 CR 77 • Millersburg, OH 44654

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

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: Pool Table with slate top. Very Heavy. $125 complete with balls and push rods. 330-231-0218

Miscellaneous Merch. 280

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

Miscellaneous Merch. GAS FURNACES for greenhouse for sale.

NOTICE Will mount deer antlers on boards for $35; Also, Europeon mounts - $50. Jonathan Weaver - (330) 674-0073 DEER HUNTERS Corn, Ear corn, 40lb bag $6, Shelled corn, 50lb bag $10, Raymond Raber (330) 897-0130

Miscellaneous Merch. 280









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



112 S. Broadway, SugarCreek Great Commercial location with access from 3 streets. 2 Bldgs with office area, storage and warehouse space and over 7700 sq ft total. Property can be split, bring any and all offers. $170,000 Curt yoder 330-204-2447 kate overton 330-204-9339















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

(330) 852-4111 10072306

1970 S. 14th St, CoShoCton 888-852-4111 Great Investment opportunity to buy a side by side duplex. Two Bedrooms and 1 Bath in each unit. Many updates including basement waterproofing & floor coverings. $99,500 Cliff Sprang 330-464-5155

Leatherwood rd, guernSey Co 162 acres of excellent hunting ground. Acreage features good roads & trails throughout. Pond, existing food plots, marketable timber and good access. $486,000 Jason Miller 740-541-7475


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.

Hunting Fishing 275



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Musical Instruments 300

37 KEY keyboard works fine, $10. Guitar/Case, $60. Strings, $9. Strings/Guitar, $65. All $75. 307-321-8153 USED CLARINET, exc. cond. $450. 330-231-5527.

The Holmes County Shopper News Pets Supplies 300

FREE ADULT black female poodle, housebroke. Call 330-600-0563. FOR SALE: Lab Puppies, 6 wks old, Jack Russell Beagle Mix Puppies, very cute, 6 wks old. Shots and wormed. (330) 893-3483

Pets Supplies 300

BEAGLE BULLDOG Puppies, 9 wks old, 3-males, 1-female, have shots and wormed. $250. 330-674-4572

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

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.

AUSTRALIAN HEELER puppies, pure bred, born Oct. 2. A great Christmas gift. $200. (330) 600-1600.

ENGLISH BULL dog/ beagle cross female, 6 months old. Also 3/4 bull dog puppies, shots & wormed. 330-317-0303.

Pets Supplies

ACA SHIH TZU male, 3 years old. Brown and white, $200. 330-852-2950

DALMATIAN LAB Puppies, Black/White spotted. $50 (330) 674-0557

1 ADULT Coton female, 1 adult Coton male. $150. each. (330) 897-6602. AKC LAB MALE, 8 months old. $150 Ervin Raber, (330) 674-1314.

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

CHRISTMAS CUTIES. 3 fawn colored Yorkichon puppies. Ready by Christmas. 2 males, 1 female. $300. Phone (330) 897-1459.

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

9 WK. old Terrier puppies, 3 males$50/each. Call (330) 897-0326

WANTED: DOG kennel building for small dogs. (330) 852-7094 text 3.


ANTIQUES-COLLECTIBLES-TOOLS TOYS-PEDAL TRACTORS-FARM TOYS LARGE AMOUNTY OF CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS SHOWCASES-COLECTIBLE BIKES To settle the estate will sell the following items 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.

TWO 5 month old Bichon males, $150. each. (330) 674-3999 ext 2.

KENNEL BUILDING, 14x22, 12 inside and outside runs, washdowns, automatic waterers, hot water heater, also 6 whelping boxes. (330) 893-2780 VM


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KITTENS FOR sale, very playful and adorable, make great pets. Best Offer. Call 330-763-4775

AKC SHITZU males, Silver & White, with black markings. 1 year old. Out of good stock. (330) 893-2780 VM

Quality October Home 28 • 2-4pm SA Sun.,


AUCTION #2 Second auction from this home. 5 older tin pedal tractors in good condition; collection of collectible bikes; other pedal toys; good selection of farm toys and farm advertising items; 2 NOS Hudson oil cans; other oil cans; wood planes; old tools; old pictures and paper; lots of old oil cans; brass items; tractor advertising; military pictures; brass nozzles; 2 BB guns; Hubley trucks and toys; good selection of John Deere toys; collector cars in the box; collectible trucks; and much more. Lots of small collectible items of all kinds. Pictures on web site. AUCTION #3 Wooden butter churn and bowl; copper boiler; 1875 Quaker bonnet; 52 and 53 Wooster phone books; 1922 Beall Ave. School postcard; crocks; Coxon Belleeck plate; Depression glass; sad irons; Reed and Barton Golden Glow flatware set; milk cans; and more. AUCTION #4 2 good couches and chair done by Chellis House; AUCTION #5 1909 City of Wooster Ordinance book; good selection of costume and Sterling jewelry; dishes and glassware; Oliver typewriter; few JD parts and gauges; vintage toys; NOS radio tubes; good box lots; and more. AUCTION #6 Good selection of tools including Kennedy tools box (rough); army ammo boxes; 32 gal. shop vac; Craftsman 5 HP chipper/ shredder; step ladders; hand and power tools; 2 portable dog cages; Craftsman router; 10 in. Delta table saw; baseball and golf items; 12V air horn NIB; old car parts; Reese trailer hitch; and more. HOUSEHOLD/COLLECTIBLE – Dog and cat chalk banks; Sun rubber cat; exercise equipment; good selection of dishes and glass; Eureka sweeper; curio cabinet; good selection of furniture; and much more. 2 homes being combined into one. A short list for a large amount of items. NOTE- A very partial list. Much more yet to be discovered. Selling in 3 rings. Bring 2 friends and the big truck. Some good gift items for the collector in your family. Pictures at Click on chattel auctions. TERMS- Cash or Good Check

Breakfast and Lunch

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

n 1.54 House built in in2006 ft. living livingspace space n 1.54 House built 2006n n1,838 1,838 sq. sq. ft. n Full n Full Acres unfinished carattached attached garage Acres unfinishedbasement basement nn 22car garage 3 bedrooms,2 2full fullbaths baths nn Main Main floor 3 bedrooms, floorlaundry laundryroom room n Andersen windows nnNatural gas heat Mullet cabinets n Andersen Mullet cabinets windows Natural gas heat n Gas fireplace n Deck n Ready for central Central n Gas Central air air fireplace n Deck n Ready for central n Surround sound music in house vacuum system vacuum system n Surround sound music in house

$225,000 • 330-674-4802 $215,000 • 330-674-4802 $225,000

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Kaufman Auction House

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

Monday December 10, 2012 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Antiques/collectibles * Household/Furniture * tools AntiqueS/cOLLectibLeS: Heywood Wakefield student desk and chair; Original Shops of Dickens Village set of 7; Dept 56 North pole series; Dept. 56 Amish Village; Norman Rockwell steins; Millersburg glass pieces: Hobnail swirl rose bowl, Venetian rose bowl (crystal), Ohio star creamers, Ohio star stanland pitcher, Little stars bowl and more; Fenton, Imperial, and Northwood glass; child’s riding horse. HOuSeHOLD/FuRnituRe: Cherry table and 2 chairs; Large chair and ottoman; Waterford crystal horse head; wicker patio chair; end tables; lamps; sofas; over stuffed living room chairs; rocker-recliner; baby bed; changing table; metal desk; child’s caned rocker. Bookshelves; entertainment center; kitchen items; pictures. tOOLS: various lawn and garden and hand held power tools. nOte: Visit www.kaufmanrealty. com for photos and updates by 5:00 pm Friday, December 7. 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. Receiving HOuRS: Wednesday, 8:00-10:30 and noon to 4:00

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

2 PUGGLE-BULLDOG, female, 7 months old. Ervin Raber, (330) 674-1314. FOR SALE: Chocolate Lab Female, 3 years old. Jack Russell Terriers, 3 mo old. 330-275-0984 GERMAN SHEPHERD puppy. Black, tan. Will do European and antler mounts again. 330-893-9304, 5649 CR 19, Millersburg, Ohio 44654 WANTED: BICHON Male, breeding age, need not be registered. (330) 674-2754 APRICOT & Cream Cockapoo puppies, will be ready for Christmas, shots & wormed, $250. Also standard poodle female, 3 years old, $150. (740) 824-4361.

2 FEMALE CAVALIERS, 2 & 5 years old, AKC registered, $600. for both. Levi L Troyer, 330-852-9905 ext 2.

DOXIE BREED Sell Out. 3m - 6yr old. 12 Female, 1 male. A.C.A. Registered. (330) 674-2754

ENGLISH BULLDOG for stud, AKC registered, red & white. Proven breeder. 330-763-4274.

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.

WANTED: RED & white beagle female, (330) 897-0149. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD/ Australian Healer cross, great stock dog, 10 wks old. Edward Kline, (330) 674-2677 VM. FREE: BEAUTIFUL Cats & Kittens 330-674-1900

3 YR. old beagle female, brown and white. Call 330-674-4205

5767 5767TR TR276, 276, Millersburg Millersburg

Pets Supplies

FOR SALE: AKC Sheltie Puppies, excellent markings and personality, $250 ea. Conrad Yoder (330) 893-3251

FOR SALE: Dog Kennel 20' x 10' x 8. Vinyl, washes down. 330-464-3450

THURSDAY DECEMBER 13, 2012 9:00 A.M.

NeSMITH ESTATE AUCTION A large selection of Christmas decorations of all kinds. Probably enough to decorate 2 homes. Also old flat top trunk; gun cabinet; Maytag auto washer and dryer, newer and good condition; Sharp microwave; dishes and cookware; several chest of drawers; books; RCA Home Theater tv; towels and bedding; double bed; Banjo clock; Fenton collection; halogen lamp; good box lots; and more. ESTATE OF Anagene NeSmith, Wayne Co. Probate #TBD.

Pets Supplies 300

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

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 300

FOR SALE: 7 wk old German Shepherd puppies. Pure bred East German bloodline, all shots updated, $600 and up. (330) 359-5760 FOR SALE: 2 yr old Black and white Maltapoo male, 330-317-8770 2 BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG males, 4 month old, $150. Also Bluetick female coon dog. Fredericksburg Greenhouse, 8645 Cutter Rd. , Fred'burg, OH 44 627 FOR SALE: 8 weeks old black & tan male Chihuahua puppy. (330) 897-2951. ADORABLE BABY guinea pigs, with tri-color markings. Ready to go. Make nice pets. $10. each. 330-473-9229. 1 PARTI POM 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. 1-1/2 YEAR old Yorkie Male, 3-1/2 Year old Parti Yorkie Male, 11lbs. 4-1/2 month old Parti Yorkie Male, 1 year old Parti Yorkie male, for pet. (330) 317-8570 3 YR. old Black Lab mix. Female. Very friendly and playful. Loves children, $50. 330-275-8491

LAB PUPPIES AKC Black, Chocolate, and Yellow, Males & Females. Wormed and first shots. $375 (330) 695-9924 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. FREE COCKERSPANIEL boxer cross puppies. Daniel J Miller, 5764 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. 330-231-1758 or 330-674-1859. FOR SALE: 7 wk old Black Lab Female mix. Cute & Adorable, Ready for Christmas. (330) 231-7479 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. 7 WK old Black Male Schnoodle P u p p y , Nice & Friendly. $150 (330) 695-2045 FOR SALE: Beagle Bulldog puppy. 11 wks old, Roman Yoder (740) 622-0072 PET DELIVERY. Economical. Professional. Courteous. Humane. Weekly to East Coast. 419-961-0576 Please leave name. LONG HAIRED Male Guinea Pig, 6 wks old, Brown, Black, White $8. David Yoder (330) 852-4046 FOR SALE: ACA Reg. Chocolate Lab male, 7 months old. $150 OBO. (330) 275-5247 English Bulldog/ Puggle mix puppies, Shots, wormed, $195; Also Puggle puppy, male, $125. (330) 763-4037.

Horrisberger Toy Collection Auction Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH LOCATiOn: The Holmes County Expo Center. 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.

Wednesday December 12th 2012 5:00 p.m.

Pedal Tractors * Ertl Toys * Dealer Only Toys 300+ Lots note: Dorin was one of the co- owners of Horrisberger Implement. This is Dorins personal collection. Lots of dealer only and specialty models. Online bidding available at www. thru

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

AUCTIONEERS- Dave Acker, Nick DeFelice, Joe Shearer

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

David conn, Auction Manager 330-204-4453 Derrick Kandel, Auctioneer 330-231-4524 Myron Miller, Auctioneer cliff Sprang, Auctioneer

Dave Conn, Auction Manager • 330-204-4453 Derrick Kandel, Auctioneer • 330-231-4524 Myron Miller, Auctioneer

The Holmes County Shopper News Pets Supplies 320

WANTED: DALMATIAN Male, (330) 674-0557 x3 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 BREED SELL out. 3 Chihuahuas, 1 male, 2 females. All for $175. (330) 897-1459. AUSTRALIAN HEELER, 12 month old female, $50. (330) 600-1600. (2) POMERANIAN-Cocker Spaniel mix puppies, 1 male & 1 female, 12 wks. old. $75/each OBO. 330-852-4197 x1 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 2 BEAGLE females, 1 yr. old, reg'd., $75/each or 2/$100. 330-897-1403 x3 FOR SALE: 2 ACA Yorkie males, 15 months old, $300. ea. obo. 2 Shih-Tzu females, 5 yrs old, pets only, $50. ea. obo. Also 5 pen dog run on stand w/ wash down, 1 whelping pen., $400. obo. (330) 897-0178. LEOPARD CUR female, 4 years old, Hunt, Squirrel & Coon. Asking $1300. (419) 606-3674 2 YR old Weimarane, 6 month old female, 6 month old male. Two 2 yr old silver lab females & 1 male. Phone (740) 552-1722. 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. TINY MAL-SHI female puppy, very playful, ready for pick up at Christmas. (330) 852-4283 VM Neva. AKC BICHON Puppies, males, 7 wks old. Sire 8.5 lbs. Dam 12.5 lbs. Shots and wormed. $200 (330) 893-3284 FOR SALE: Beagle, male, tri colored. Asking $200. Trained and ready, 2 year old. Leave message at 330-473-3791 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. Norwegian ELKHOUND Puppies, AKC Registered, Make nice companions and hunting dogs. $200 (330) 897-7830

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


WANTED DEER that you don't want. Call 330-473-8837 WANTED: RUBBER tired sliding door buggy with brakes. LED lights preferred. Good condition. Call (330)674-0608

CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. WANTED 22 pullets ready to lay. David Beachy, 8151 T.R. 662, Dundee, OH 44624 330-359-0147 WANTED: 6 telephone poles up to 30 feet. (330) 231-1964. CASH FOR hand guns, rifles, shot guns, ammunition. Priv. collector buying. Scott, 330- 603-7550. Free appraisals.

AKC MALTESE male, 11 months, proven breeder, $300. Westie male, will trade for male not related to my stock. Call (740) 824-4063. WANTED: SMALL Wood Stove for a cabin. Call (330) 674-1694†x2 Leave a message. WANTED: GOOD Used Hickory Rocker. (330) 359-5297 YOU GOT SCRAP, we got cash. Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980. WANTED TO BUY: Standing trees for saw mill. Will buy small or large parcels. Free appraisal & consulting. (330) 359-6303.




FOR SALE: 180 H.P. Cummins Diesel motor. 18,000 hours. Runs good. 330-893-3087 ext. 1. Valley View Machine. 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.


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740-828-2750 Land Sale Rent

FOR SALE. 13 wooded acres on TR 419 in Walnut Creek Township. $180,000. (330) 359-0270.


Apartment Rentals

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. 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.

FOR SALE: Hitachi 12" sliding compound miter saw with laser & digital readout. Very good cond. $350. (330) 465-2293.


TOOLS FOR Sale: Craftsman Chain Saws, Weed Eaters, Lawn Mowers, Tool Chests, Electric Air Compressors, and MORE! Country Bargains, 5301 TR 117, Baltic. (330) 893-4061 ext. 2.

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

Home Condo Rentals

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

Automobiles 650

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

FOR SALE: Installation, 1" x 48" x 96" EPS, $7.20. We can supply any thickness. Quality Sips LTD, 8691 TR 561, Holmesville, OH (330) 279-2345.

FOR SALE: '91 Plymouth Voyager Mini Van, 120K Miles, Good Condition, $1000. Nathan Mast (330) 852-4925

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

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


207 Doors & Windows

TRI-AXEL EQUIPMENT Trailer, $900 Older Cat Forklift 3500lb $1600. 12 Ton Heavy Equipment Trailer $2000. (330) 276-5417 or (330)-276-9908


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

Auto Parts Accessories




WILL DO hauling, local or long distance. Crew cab truck and trailer. (330) 763-3811. CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. WE BUY junk cars 262-9300 AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or 330-390-0164.


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

Child Care Service 845

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

Health Fitness

Home Improvement

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

Trucks SUVs Cleaning 860

695 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.

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

Building Materials 830

1999 OLDS Intrigue, 155K miles, new exhaust, new battery, new alternator, $900. (330) 231-3652

SNOW TIRES: Firestone Winter Force 185-65-14. Used one season, $75. 330-749-5679

'70 GMC Pickup, new tires, new exhaust, pretty solid truck, needs an engine. $2,000 OBO. 330-275-7053

Mobile Home Rentals 545



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

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





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

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

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.

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

FOR SALE: 2002 Honda Odyssey, 163K Mi. Well maintained, $4,200. (330) 674-4237

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

Place an ad in the Shopper classifieds and turn your junk into treasure.

Holmes County


NEW 4 Bed Double Wide


37HP Perkins 330-695-9908.

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

Mobile Home For Sale

Tools Machinery

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

Vacation Rentals

MINIATURE HORSE stallion, must have Arabian head, not over 34". Also AKC Schnauzer male. (740) 824-4361



Home Condo Rentals 500

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

Wanted to Buy 480

BUYING ALL GUNS, pistols, rifles, shotguns & access. Private buyer. Woody 330-819-3274

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 ACA YORKIE Puppies, 10 wks old. 1-female, $300. 1-male, $175. (330) 600-0090

Tools Machinery 475



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Location: 2070 CR 25 Killbuck, OH 44637. From Millersburg Oh take US 62 southwest approx. 16 miles to CR 25 north ¾ mile to auction. Signs posted

Friday December 14th 2012 • 9:00 aM

165 Head Dairy Cattle*Feed*Tractors*JD Combine*JD Skidloaders*Farm Equipment*Bulk Tank* Milking Parlor * Milking Equip*Feeding & Barn Equip * Grain Truck* TMR Mixers 165 Holstein Dairy Cattle: A good milking herd that includes 100 head of mature cows in all periods of lactation, approx. 60 head are 1st & 2nd lactation cows. This working herd is currently averaging 62 lbs in the tank(with no special feed programs), 4.0 BF, 3.2 P, under 100 SCC. Young stock includes 20 heifers bred 5-7 months, 25 open heifers that are breeding age, 20 calves that are 8 months and under. Cattle are bred to a Holstein bull. Also selling a 2 yr old red and white Holstein bull. Mueller Bulk Tank- Parabone Parlor- Milking Equip: Mueller Model OE Hi Performance 2000 gallon bulk tank, serial # 6766FA-051(new in 2005),includes Sentry III washer system, recording chart, 5 hp Mueller compressor and 3 hp compressor; Mueller plate cooler(50 plate); Schlueter plate cooler(18 plate); Delaval 3000 vacuum pump(new in 2005), variable speed, 10 hp; Delaval VP 84 vacuum pump, 10 hp; Frenic 5000 P11 variable spd frequency drive for vacuum pump(like new); Parabone double 12 stainless steel milking parlor(new in 2005) has: airgates, adjustable brisket rail with dividers, rump plates; 24 Delaval milking and pulsator units, sold separate; 12 Westfalia MP370 & MP380 auto takeoff units, sold separate; Delaval pipeline washer system; Delaval receiver group w/variable spd motor; 2”x100’ stainless washline; 3”x70’ stainless lowline; 4”x75’ PVC vacuum line with balance tank; 2 stainless wash vats Feed: approx. 2000 tons of corn silage to be sold by the ton in 100 ton increments, silage is in concrete bunker and allows for wet weather loading, removal time will be given to mid April; 40-50 bales of older wrapped oatlage TMR Mixers & Feeding Equipment: Penta TMR 4020 SD mixer, Tornado auger (TMR is only 1 year old); Farmmaster horizontal TMR mixer, stationary with stainless drum; Jamesway 20ft silo unloader; 12 ton Brock bin; 18 ton Brock bin with 6”x14’ Valco auger; 5 ton bin; older Butler 100 ft feed conveyor; 11-10 ft concrete H bunks with poly liner; old Butler grain bins Tractors- JD Combine-JD Skidloader- Grain Truck- Dodge Truck- Stock Trailer- Flatbed Trailer: 2004 New Holland TM 165 4WD tractor, 165 hp with 5600 hrs, C/H/A, 18 fwd and 6 reverse powershift, quad remotes, 540/100 interchangeable pto, like new rubber, suitcase weights included; IH 1486 tractor, 6410 hrs, C/H/A, 20.8-38 rears, like new rubber, dual remotes, 540/1000 pto, 12 IH 100 lb suitcase weights sold separate; IH 886 tractor with cab, 18.4-38 rears, JD 4230 tractor with 8140 hrs, 18.4-38 rears, dual remotes, 640/1000 pto; 2 sets of 18.4-38 snap on duals; set of 20.8-38 hub mount 10 hole duals; 1992 Eagle International 9400 Series 18 ft grain truck (600 bu capacity); 2007 JD 325 skidloader, 3500 hrs, aux hydraulics, like new tires; 2007 JD 320 skidloader with cab/air/heat, 4600 hrs, aux hydraulics, sold with material bucket(dirt bucket, bale spears & pallet forks sold separate); Mensch mod. 1100 sawdust shooter; 6 ft tire barn scraper(fits skidloader); JD 4400 combine with 4 row poly cornhead; JD 16 ft grain platform; JD 12 ft grain platform; 2001 Dodge Ram 3500 dually pickup, 159,000 miles, Featherlite 16 ft livestock trailer with new floor(good condition); Kaufman 24 ft flatbed gooseneck trailer with dovetail & ramps Houle Spreader- Husky Pit Pump- Hay & Forage Equipment: Houle 4050 liquid manure spreader, walking tandems, hydraulic brakes, 540 pto; ; Husky 2 pt 12 ft manure pit pump with 8”x16’ discharge pipe (like new); Houle parlor transfer pump with 5 hp electric motor; 716 Knight side sling spreader; JD 458 Silage Special Mega Wide Plus round baler (good condition); Anderson RB 9000 bale tube wrapper; NI 5209 discbine; 2009 Miller Pro 1150 rotary rake; 4 star spin pto tedder (pull type); Sitrex SR 420 11-H rake(needs work); NH 166 hay inverter; NI 40 ft hay & grain elevator; Cross 28 ft elevator; Hutchinson 8”x46’ pto grain auger; GSI 8”x32’ pto grain auger; NH 890 forage harvester model 890EN2, 2 row snapper head sold separate; NH 822 2 row corn head; NH 900W hay head; NH 36 flail chopper; Miller Pro 1060 Series II forage blower; Automatic roller mill/blower with 10”x10’ intake auger; Gehl 99 forage blower; Gehl Hi-Throw recutter blower; Miller Pro 5200 and 5300 forage wagons; Miller Pro 3100 and 2150 forage wagons; NI 325 (2 row) cornpicker; (5) J & M and Killbros gravity wagons on Kory and NH gears; NH 355 grinder-mixer with electronic scales; JD dump wagon; 20 ft flatbed wagon on NH gears; Planting and Tillage Equipment: JD 7200 MaxEmerge 2 conservation 6 row corn planter with liquid fertilizer; JD 13 hoe grain drill with seeder; 3000 gal poly fert tank; 1000 gal poly fert tank; 5 hp fert pump; JD 2600 6 bottom plow with auto reset; Glencoe 7 shank Soil Saver; JD 220 centerfold 22 ft disk; Brillion 12 ft cultimulcher; IH 370 transport disk (12ft); 3 pt 4 row cultivator; JD 3 pt 400 rotary hoe (14 ft); field sprayer Freestall-Steinway Headlocks and Slants- Lil Spring Waterers and Misc Barn Equip- Mats: approx 250 , mostly Steinway, loop freestalls and toprail; Steinway headlocks , 106 cow in 8 ft sections; Steinway slants 96 cow in sections; misc Steinway and Farmland headlocks for approx. 100 cows; numerous steel farm gates; 4-55” barn box fans; cattle sprinkler system with 4 Schafer 3’ barn fans; 10-3’ barn fans; Lil Spring 6100, 3200 cattle waterers; 9 Lil Spring 3100 waterers; approx 800 square ft of ¾ x 4’x4’ interlocking rubber floor mats; Goossen 24’ cattle crowd gate with controls; 8’ steel divider gates and headgates for calf stalls 4 Wheeler- Concrete Bunker Blocks- Misc Farm Equipment: Yamaha Big Bear 350 4 wheeler; 40-2’x2’x7’ and 30-2’x2’x6’ concrete bunker blocks; International 7 ft 3 pt brush hog; Woods 3 pt brush hog; Winco 50 KW pto generator on cart; Woods 6 ft 3 pt blade; Farmhand vertical 3.4 hp air compressor (60 gal tank); Saylor Beall 5 hp vertical air compressor; 4’x6’ Poly square calf hutches; 125 gal stock tank; 3-3’x6’ poly foot baths; Kenmore electric washer; silage bunker tire rings; 4”x4”x12’ steel tube posts; misc farm hand tools; misc hydraulic hose; electric motors; pile of rough sawn lumber; 2 wagonloads of misc Sale Order: 9 AM small items, 11 AM tractors and equipment followed by cows at approx. 12:30-1:00 PM FroM cows, FeeD, Milking anD FarM equipMent its all here reaDy to work For you. Join us on the 14th. terms: cash or good check Lunch Stand Owners: Ivan and Rosemary Miller

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Lawn & Gardening 1000

The Holmes County Shopper News

Roofing & Spouting 1050

Steel Roofing 72¢ sq. ft.72 10000 AD12745961

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.

Manufacture Class. Direct 24 Hour Turnaround

330-674-7051 • Excellent cultivator • Lifetime warranty on tines


Demos & 08650 AD12337327 144 Rentals mantis Available tiller 4319 County Road 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654


God is Love


3998 Cr 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 473-7727 Custom Welding Specializing in Aluminum AD12378029 Truck11200 Beds • Tool144 Boxes TRUCK no 1


Painting 1130

GORILLA PAINTING We can work within the peremitor of your budget for interior work. Call for free consultation. 740-294-4501.

MAST PAINTING Need to give your cupboards a facelift? We can help. We paint cupboards any color you want. We also do paint & glazing. Call (330) 231-9804


Twin Pine Printing & Advertising Catalog & Brochure Designing Custom Forms- Pens- Calenders & More Ph 330-359-2453 - Fax 330-359-0106


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

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



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

1045 925

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

Troy Ridge Mfg

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


Taxi Limo Shuttle


Display - Steel Roofing


Miller FarM auction

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

10450 AD12717152 216 Stutzman 10088002 Taxidermy

Allen Stutzman Ph: 330-674-6028

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


Heater Body Suits Sizes MLT


Now Stocking Cord Petzl Headlamps

The New 2013 ELITE BOWS IN STOCK Mon. & Wed. 8-8; Tues. 8-5 & Fri. 8-7; Sat. 8-3 Closed Thurs. & Sun.

Dave kauFMan auctioneer steve anDrews auctioneer Jr Miller auctioneer 330-231-1914 •

10447 Harrison Road Apple Creek, OH 44606 Phone: 330-695-2508

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4 Time Winner Mazda Gold Cup


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

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

Ask About Our $500 Military Rebate $15,515 2013 Mazda2 5Dr H/B Sport MSRP JM1DE1KYXD0157545


34MPG Highway

On Sale For $14,515 #: 3828 SIGN & DRIVE $0 DOWN ............$240mo. x72mo. PAYMENTS $1,500 DOWN .....$215mo. x72mo. TAX INCLUDED




Buy For Only $325x72 Mo.


With approved Credit 740 Beacon @ 3.99% APR Unless Noted & Term Listed Next to Payment. Tax & Fees Included at 6.25%. See Sales for Details

MSRP $20,345


40MPG Highway


On Sale For $17,999 #: 3730 SIGN & DRIVE $0 DOWN ............ $295mo. x72mo. PAYMENTS $1,500 DOWN ..... $270mo. x72mo. Tax & Fees included @6.25% with Approved credit 2.64% APR 720 Beacon. See Sales for Details. Expires 11/30/12.

*Limit one per household must be 18 or older

2010 Volkswagen Routan Premium MAZDA CERTIFIED STARTING AT 4 Dr., Wgn., SEL w/RSE & Navigation, #P2208 Was $24,125 ..SALE $20,742 ....................................................................................Own For $350x72mo. 0.9% APR W/APPROVED CREDIT 2006 Infiniti G35X WARRANTY UP TO 7 YRS OR 100K Stunning Luxury AWD Sedan, #P2230 ................On Sale For $12,995 2011 Mazda CX-7 Sport 2010 Mazda 6I Sport #P2244, Pwr Equipped, 28 mpg hwy, Beautfiul Auto, Great Condition, #3812................On Sale For $11,681 low miles 2006 Buick Terraza Buy For 4 Dr, CXL, FWD, Leather, DVD, #2175A, Was $10,599...........SALE $9,495 $320x72mo. 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Pwr Equipped, Auto, 79K, #P2206 ................................... Own For $6,942 2011 Mazda CX9 2012 Nissan Versa SV AWD, 4 Dr., Touring, Leather, #P2249, Was $26,275 ..........SALE $23,994 Great Fuel Economy, Factory Warranty, #P2242 Own For $245x72mo. Own For $405x72mo. 2010 Honda Civic EX 2009 Mazda CX7 Sport One Owner, Clean, Low Miles, #3837A ................Own For $299x72mo. Immaculate Auto Sedan, Only 32K, #P2234A......Own For $275x72mo. 2011 Toyota Camry LE 2012 Mazda 6I Touring Clean, Auto, Full Power, Factory Warranty, #P2246 ..Own For $285x72mo. Pwr Equipped auto with alloys, TRUCKS VANS SUV’s Blue tooth, #P2241...................................................Own For $290x72mo. 2000 JEEP WRANGLER 2012 Mazda 5 Sport #P2232A 2 Dr, Sahara, Seats 6, Great Fuel Economy, 31K, #P2227 .........Own For $290x72mo. 79K, hardtop. 2010 Mazda 3I Sport Was $13,806 Auto, Pwr Windows, One Owner, 28K, #3800A...Own For $250x72mo. 2011 Mazda 2 Buy For Only 4 Dr., HB, Auto, Touring, #3470R, Was $17,185............. Buy For $13,999 $12,331 Own For $240x72mo. USED CARS & SEDANS 2006 Starcraft Travel Star 30QBS 32’ Camper w/ A/C, Heat, 2012 Dodge Charger SE Sleeps 9, Must See, #P1773 ............................. Only $13,995 #P2236, Stunning Muscle Car, Factory Warranty, MUST SEE!

3I Touring


3,000 DOWN .....$195mo. x72mo.


Tax & Fees included @6.25% with Approved credit 2.64% APR 720 Beacon. See Sales for Details. Expires 11/30/12.

Own a Mazda? See how you can receive $500 on your purchase.

OUR USED CAR PROMISE... All Used Cars 10 Years Old or Newer, Under 100,000 Miles Get: • 2 Year Limited Warranty • 1 Year Roadside Assistance • 1 Year Key Care • 1 Year Tire & Wheel Protection • 2 Oil Changes

2006 Nissan Titan SE Crew Cab, 4WD, FFV, #P2250, Was $18,550 .......................SALE $17,900 Own For $330x72mo. 2007 Nissan Pathfinder 4WD, 4 Dr., LE, Leather, BOSE, Was $16,400 ...........................SALE $15,995 Own For $295x66mo. 2008 Honda CR-V 4WD, 5 Dr., EX, Was $19,408 ....................................................SALE $17,853 Own For $305x72mo. 2006 Ford Ranger Sport Ext Cab 4x4 Stunning 4.0 6 Cylinder, Low Miles, #P2248 ........Own For $285x66mo. 2006 Honda CRV EX AWD Immaculate rare stick, Must see, #3833TA .........Own For $260x66mo. 2011 Nissan Rogue S AWD Automatic, Power Equipped, 30 MPG, #P2237 .............................................Own For $305x72mo. 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD SLT Quad Cab, New Tires, Factory Warranty, #P2247 .........................Own For $420x72mo. 2007 Mazda 5 Wagon Gray, 2.3L 4 Cyl, #P2218 ........................................................... Only $11,993


1999 Lexus RX 300 Luxury SUV 4 Dr., SUV, 4WD, Affordable Luxury, #3807B ........................ Was $7,726 SALE $7,067 2003 Oldsmobile Bravada 4 Dr., AWD, Very Clean, #3824TA ........................................................ Was $7,930 SALE $6,947 2003 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr., Sdn., GT, Stunning, #3798TB ........................................................ Was $6,532 SALE $5,598 2001 Mercury Sable LS 4 Dr., Green, Leather, Moon Roof #3771TA ................................................................................Only $3,467 2001 Honda Accord EX V6 4 Dr., Leather, Loaded #P2225A ...............................................................................Only $4,328



TOLL FREE#.............1-877-232-3370 PHONE#..................330-345-8506 open 24/7



EXPIRES 12-24-2012

MON. & THURS ...................................9-8 TUES., WED .........................................9-7 FRI. .....................................................9-6 SAT ................................................... 9-5



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BIG SALE • • •


09 Yamaha Vstar Only 2,800 Miles!!! Many Extras


SALe PriCe


10 Chevy Malibu LT Only 28,000 Miles!, Power Seat, Remote Start, Power Sunroof

SALe PriCe



07 Chevy Aveo LS Only 36,000 Miles! Auto, Air


SALe PriCe


10 Ford Fusion

Only 23,000 Miles! Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Sunroof, CD Stere, Air


SALe PriCe


12 Chevy Malibu LT

08 Chevy impala SS

Only 13,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

Only 32,000 Miles! Power Heated Leather Seats, Power Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, CD Stereo, Remote Start

SALe PriCe



08 Dodge 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4

Only 35,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Nerf Bars, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Pkg


SALe $ PriCe

12 Chevy Camaro LT

Only 12,000 Miles! Power Seats, Remote Start, Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air



11 Chevy Traverse LT AWD

Only 26,000 Miles! Power Seats, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Dual Headrest TV/DVD


SALe $ PriCe



09 Chevy 3/4 Ton reg 4x4

Only 40,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

SALe PriCe

SALe PriCe


SALe $ PriCe

07 Chevy 1/2 Ton ext 4x4 LTZ

Only 21,000 Miles! Power Seats, Sunroof, Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package, Long Bed


SALe $ PriCe

09 Chevy Avalanche 4x4

Only 27,000 Miles! Power Seat, Remote Start, Running Boards, Heated Leather Seats, Bedliner, 6-CD Stereo


SALe $ PriCe

06 Chevy 1/2 Ton reg Only 29,000 Miles!, Automatic


SALe PriCe


08 Pontiac Torrent

Only 18,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, Cloth Interior, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

SALe PriCe

SALe PriCe



12 Chevy impala LT

Only 13,000 Miles! Power Sunroof, Power windows & Locks

16,977 MUST SEE

Only 39,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, Bed Cover, CD Stereo, Air, 1 Owner


SALe $ PriCe

07 Ford 1/2 Ton ext 4x4 FX4

Only 37,000 Miles! Power Seat, Running Boards, Sunroof, Leather, Bedliner, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels



04 Chevy 1 Ton reg 4x4

6.6L Duramax Diesel, Allison Transmission, Aluminum Flat Bed, Only 24,000 Miles!


SALe $ PriCe

12 GMC Acadia SLT Only 16,000 Miles! Power Seats, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, TV/DVD


SALe $ PriCe

08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Cargo Van Only 29,000 Miles! Tilt Wheel, Air, 1 Owner


07 GMC 1/2 Ton Crew 2WD SLe

SALe PriCe

07 Chevy Monte Carlo LT

Only 55,000 Miles! Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

09 Nissan rogue AWD Only 32,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, Bose Speakers, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air


SALe $ PriCe

07 Dodge 1/2 Ton SLT 4x4

Crew MEGA Cab, Power Seat, Only 52,000 Miles! CD Stereo, Power Windows & Locks, Tow Package


SALe $ PriCe

12 Chevy Traverse LT AWD

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


SALe $ PriCe

SALe PriCe



06 Lincoln Town Car Signature Only 35,000 Miles!

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Leather Seats, Sunroof, 6-CD Stereo, Air, Alloy Wheels

SALe PriCe



11 Jeep Patriot 4x4

Only 25,000 Miles! Heated Leather, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air


SALe $ PriCe

10 Honda Odyssey eXL Only 21,000 Miles! Power Sunroof, Heated Leather Seats, 6-CD Stereo, Air, XM Radio


SALe $ PriCe

08 Ford expedition eddie Bauer 4x4

Only 28,000 Miles! Rear Captains Chairs, TV-DVD Entertainment System, Leather Seats, 3rd Rear Seat


SALe $ PriCe

10 GMC Yukon Denali AWD Only 24,000 Miles! Heated Leather Seats, Sunroof, TV/DVD Navigation, Bose Speakers, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels

SALe PriCe



CHUCK NICHOLSON Sale Good Thru 12/15/12

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 • • •


Clean, Low, Low Mile Pre-Owned Cars-Trucks-Vans & SUV’s

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Holmes County Shopper, Dec. 6, 2012  

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

Holmes County Shopper, Dec. 6, 2012  

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