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Thursday, December 27, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 38; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

Old-fashioned meets modern

Happy New Year! All the wares plus ‘shoppertainment’ at Rural King Ohio 2013

By BOBBY WARREN Staff Writer How does one describe what Rural King Ohio is? A person can go in and Church: Page 5 pick up some snacks, soaps, detergents, cleanCommunity: Page 5 ers, socks, jeans, hunting Entertainment: Pages 8-9 gear, bird seed, pet food, Farm/markets: Page 10 new tires, car batteries, Obituaries: Page 18 regular batteries, stuff to Sports: Page 19 build a fence on a farm, hardware, wood burners, barbecue grills and smokers and tractors. Don’t forget popcorn. Owner/manager Tom White likes to say, “We are an old-fashioned general store for the 20th Pancake breakfast century.” RKO has been on East planned to benefit Lincoln Way in Wooster for nine years, and John Beechy White and his partners A pancake and sausage opened another location breakfast to benefit John in Elyria in September Henry Beechy will be 2011. Things have been held on Saturday, Dec. 29 going well for the busifrom 7-11 a.m. nesses, White said. The benefit will be held White triesnty, to offernty, ra dW Ai Ai at Yoder Lumber Comg customers gra inst inar He HedarW what hearcalls stica Dan Starcher photo/ Beer ’sarBe ica’s er Am Am ! ! pany’s Berlinservi branch ide ide nw nw tio tio “ sce h ona p p e r t a i n m e n t .” naservi There is something for everyone at Rural King Ohio on East Lincoln Way east of Wooster, includceth th wi wi located at 4515 TownThere are & Service ing & heating stoves. The staff strives to offer the best customer service, and they stay busy all day rvice throughSeevents ship Road 367. Beechy, of out the yearpathat caterpa toir popping popcorn for guests. nt hearin vicines dear g devices ir Re Re ure cu Saltillo, worked at Yoder your currentghe in rre ade inTryo ad pets and their owners, and Tr urofuntil Lumber’s Berlin location popcorn day. open the time we visit when they come in yo% yo ur & aningBut, s & the most popular % this pastCle weekend Santa 0 anings Cle 5 5 to toallof p iv pruns u0 ereu epopper iv ce ce re d d an an thing is the popcorn. The “It is going 364 days close,” White said. “It’s * * Claus visited to take picts ts en en tm tm Adjus Adjus a ne fa of ofwf the e free, movie-theater-like a year from the time weene often firstw place people ic ic See Pg. 2 — CALENDAR See Pg. 3 — RKO pr pr se se tures with the children. ha ha rc rc pu pu al al in in ig ig




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Ohio Registered Election Official training, the Holmes County Board of ElecThe office will reopen for tions will close at noon on business at 8 a.m. on Jan. 3. Jan. 8. It will remain closed In order for the Board of Elections and staff to attend See Pg. 3 — CALENDAR


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(Continued From Page 2) until Jan. 14 at 8 a.m. Regular office hours begin on Jan. 14, after which time the office will be open 8 a.m.-4 p.m., MondayThursday. There will be no Friday office hours.

Winter fish frys scheduled American Legion Post 494 of Sugarcreek announces its 2013 Winter Family Fish Fry schedule. All you-can-eat fish frys will be held on Saturday, Jan. 19, Feb. 16 and THE BARGAIN SHED

Reporter Bobby Warren can be reached at 330287-1639 or bwarren@ He is @BobbyWarrenTDR on Twitter.

March 16. The frys run from 4-7 p.m. or until the food is gone. Everyone is welcome. Post 494 is located on North Broadway Street, in Sugarcreek.

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ing areas of the business is pet food and bird seed, White said. His store probably has the largest inventory of jeans in the area. It has a little bit of everything, including lawn mowers, riding mowers and heating stoves in season. White has discovered over the years, Rural King Ohio has sort of turned into a hub of social activity. “You see neighbors talking to neighbors and friends talking to friends,” White said. “You go up to them and ask, ‘Can I help you?’ and they say, ‘No, we’re just getting caught up.’”


ered White was sending in orders, but there was and the last place they a problem in the “elecvisit before they leave to tronic data interchange,” get some fresh popcorn and the vendor was not for the road. It appeals to receiving the orders. both young and old. White said that was an “They ask me if I have a example of the personal recipe and what do we do service he and the staff so special that makes it offer customers. “It shows taste so good. Our secret you can talk to someone is we use canola oil.” (at our stores) who can The target audience for make a difference,” he the store is the farmer and said. “We want people to the do-it-yourself person. feel like this is their store, The farmer can use just and we are going to get it about everything in the right whether it is a pair of store, and others come socks or a $10,000 tractor.” for the items they need. While smaller stores It also attracts those who have found it difficult like the rural lifestyle. to compete with big-box White recently received stores on price, White said an email from a customer Rural King provides the who wanted him to know best of both worlds. Rural the store had run out of King stores are part of a the socks that he likes. In large buying group, which the email, the man said he allows them to get good lived on seven acres, had prices on the merchandise some pets, along with a stocked in their stores. goat and a donkey. Yet, at the same time, “People like him are each Rural King store is every bit our customer as a local, autonomous busithe guy who has a 1,000- ness where decisions can acre farm,” White said. be made much quicker. Incidentally, the email “If someone has an issue, triggered a call by White you have to be available,” to his vendor wanting to White said. “What we do know where the socks with personal services will were. During that con- make the difference.” versation, it was discovOne of the fastest-grow(Continued From Page 1)

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Starring — fry pies! Peaceful Acres Bakery satisfying local sweet tooth By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer It all started with the fry pies. With 18 classic and seasonal flavors — chocolate cream, strawberry cream, red raspberry cream, apple, cherry, lemon, grape, peach, black raspberry, raisin, blackberry, blueberry, chocolate, strawberry and red rasp-

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Peaceful Acres Bakery’s first claim to fame was the fry pies, which are now offered in 18 classic and seasonal flavors. berry, with key lime and strawberry rhubarb in the springtime and pumpkin in the fall — Esther

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Cream sticks are a favorite at Peaceful Acres Bakery, located at 9928 Schlabach began making Copperhead Road, Sugarcreek. fry pies out of her home nearly two years ago to sell to local stores and restaurants. Now, her signature fry pies are the star of her own shop — Peaceful Acres Bakery. “That’s how I started everything. It’s my special item. Someone asked me if I would make my fry pies for their store. It snowballed from there,” said Schlabach. “The cream sticks, everyone raves about them, too.” Peaceful Acres Bakery, named after the quiet stretch of land upon which the bakery is situated, officially opened its doors Nov. 1 and since then has supplied locals with cream sticks, cinnamon twists, cookies, bread, In the week before Christmas, Esther Schlabach, owner of Peaceful Acres cupcakes and anything Bakery, baked nearly 2,000 cut-out cookies for holiday tables.

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else one’s heart desires. “If you ask for it, we’ll make it,” said Schlabach, who will do everything from pipe customized fillings into cream sticks to research new recipes for special orders. “I’ll find the recipe, or you can bring it to me, and I’ll make it.” For example, Peaceful Acres was asked to fulfill an order of traditional German-style cookies for the German Culture Museum in Walnut Creek. Schlabach delivered, baking Pfeffernusse Cookies and Moravian

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Community Today’s idiot culture result of too much tolerance “We are in the process of creating what deserves to be called the idiot culture. Not an idiot sub-culture, which every society has ... bubbling beneath the surface and which can provide harmless fun; but the culture itself. For the first time, the weird and the stupid and the coarse are becoming our cultural norm, even our cultural ideal.” — Carl Bernstein. I have to strongly agree, except with the “in the process of” part. I think we’ve already created a HUGE idiot culture. I’m really sick and tired of picking up the newspaper or turning on the TV every week and seeing that some idiot has done something out-

rageous to harm others and gain attention for himself. We like to blame parents in this culture, and parents ARE often to blame, but I think we have to look at our culture at large, too. We’ve developed a tolerance for asinine and idiotic behavior and have, in fact, tied the hands of parents and authority figures. We’ve grown tolerant of teens backtalking their teachers, their parents, the police, or any

other authority figure or adult. This would not have been tolerated 50 years ago, so why do we tolerate it now? I don’t think it’s an accident that the 20-somethings are now wreaking havoc in our culture, killing our children as they sit in schools, damaging the property of others in the name of “fun,” or using language that 30 years ago would have made a sailor blush. This is the generation that was told, from birth, “no one is more important than you; you are the most important person in the world.” Then we shake our heads, bury our children, and wonder why these ying-yangs have no compassion for anyone else.

As parents we were told we should “reason” with our children and not tell them they’re “wrong,” that we shouldn’t paddle them or scold them because their fragile little egos wouldn’t be able to take it. And we are paying the price now, aren’t we? Of course our children can’t sit down, shut up, and learn what they’re supposed to. They’ve never had to sit down and behave. Of course our young adults are egotistical and think they have a right to go shoot up places because they’re angry or upset; we’ve told them there’s no one more important than they. Of course, our young adults have

Community briefs New arrival

The computer and Internet basic training is being A BOY, Derek Baker, was presented through Goodborn Oct. 14 to Kyle and will Industries of Wayne Jessica Vaughn of Millersand Holmes Counties’ burg. He weighed 8 pounds, Teague named Workforce Development 10.4 ounces and was 21.5 program. Coursework inches long. He joins a sib- to Malone includes six hours of ling, Delani. training covering computAlumni Board Grandparents are John er basics, introduction to Malone University in the Internet and an overand Janet Baker of Big Prairie and Tom and Lau- Canton has named Bryan view of the many benefits rie Vaughn of Millers- Teague, a retired pastor of using the Internet. burg. Great-grandparents and 1951 graduate of After completing all six are Orrie Gerber, Tom Malone University from hours of training, parVaughn, both of Millers- Walnut Creek to its alum- ticipants are eligible to burg, and Shirley Vaughn ni executive board. purchase computers, preof Walnut Creek. loaded with software, at discounted prices. Goodwill to offer Issues of the Classes will be held Jancomputer training uary-July at the Goodwill Holmes County Goodwill Industries Education and Training Hub needed of Wayne and Holmes Center, 1034 Nold Ave., The Holmes County Counties, in conjunc- Wooster. The class series District Public Library tion with Connect Ohio, will be offered once a is in need of all issues of will continue to offer the month on Monday, Tuesthe 2011 Holmes County Every Citizen Online day and Wednesdays from Hub newspaper. The cop- free basic computer and 10 a.m.-noon. Any adult ies must be clean and Internet training program can register by calling 330-264-1300, Ext. 221. intact. Please contact through July. Susan Corl at 330-6745972 with any questions or take your copies to the library to donate.

Ginger Cookies for 80 people. For custom orders, especially large ones, Schlabach suggests ordering ahead. For the holidays, Peaceful Acres supplies Christmas cookie trays and the store sells chocolates, date pinwheels, peanut butter temptations, peanut butter blossoms and, a specialty

item, chocolate whoopie pies covered in chocolate. “They are amazing,” said Schlabach appreciatively. In the week before Christmas, Schlabach baked nearly 2,000 cut-out cookies for holiday tables. Peaceful Acres Bakery also takes special cupcake orders. “Just in the past month, I’ve made 500 cupcakes,” said Schlabach. The cupcakes are iced

in swirls of frosting and filled with the same made-from-scratch filling as the cream sticks. Schlabach learned the art of baking from her mother. “I’m following in my mom’s footsteps,” she said. “She used to bake for a store, very small amounts compared to what we do, and ran a restaurant for awhile. I definitely learned to bake from my mom.” The bakery will begin

own children never did everything I told them to, but at least I tried. And when they did get into trouble, even if arrested over a minor offense, I didn’t swoop in and rescue them; they sat there for a bit to think about what they’d done and they took the punishment and consequences their actions incurred. Parents who refuse to allow their children to take the consequences of acting like an idiot only invite increasingly idiotic behavior. And so it goes on and on and on….and we keep burying our young people and we keep asking ourselves WHY? Because we have allowed it.

Church notes The training is open to any Ohio adult. A full list of training locations can be found at or by calling 1-855-6694226.

College taking alumni nominations The University of Akron Wayne College Alumni Association is seeking nominations for its 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award. The person nominated must have earned at least 30 credit hours at the Wayne College campus in Orrville. Nominations can be made by anyone in the community and forms and guidelines are available at alumni. The deadline for nominations is Feb. 1.

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a difficult time dealing with disappointment and rejections; we’ve always swooped in and rescued them from having to deal with any of life’s seedier side. And, yes, I’m sure mental illness is to blame in many cases. But we have to ask ourselves WHY so many of our young are mentally ill now. We have to wonder what we have created in this culture — the tolerance for nonsense, the degradation of the family unit and going from marriage to marriage and having umpteen children in each, while providing no stability — that contributes to this. We are all to blame for the nonsense going on in this country. My

winter hours in January and February, opening Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 6:30 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Peaceful Acres Bakery is located at 9928 Copperhead Road, Sugarcreek. For more information, call 330-852-3708. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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, round-trip airfare, two daily meals and admissions to sites like the Temple Mount, Garden Tomb, Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Petra, Masada, a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and more. The price is $4,895 per person based on double occupancy from Cleveland including taxes and

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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.

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

Millersburg, 1-7 p.m. Jan. 28 — Keim Lumber, 4465 State Route 557, Charm, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Jan. 30 — Buckhorn VFW Post 7079, 185 W. Front St., Killbuck, noon-5 p.m. Feb. 2 — Holmesville Church of Christ, 204 W. Main St., Holmesville, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Walnut Creek School to hold haystack breakfast Walnut Creek Elementary School will be hosting a haystack breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 2 from 8-11 a.m. Please come support the school and plans for repairing the basketball court as well as educational programs sponsored by the Parent’s Advisory Committee. Carry-out available. Call the school for more information.

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Why celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of another? Few of us have come close to perfection in the year just ending—so we look ahead toward a brand new chance, blank pages in the next chapter of our lives. What will we do with them? On the eve of a New Year, most of us have the desire to try harder, to be better people. We make resolutions, we say “out with the old and in with the new”. It’s a time to celebrate. Begin the year the best way of all at your house of worship. Celebrate God!

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More relief for the overworked rotator cuff This is part two of a series of columns about the muscles of the rotator cuff. In my last column, I told you about the infraspinatus, one of the four muscles that make up the rotator cuff of the shoulder. One of that muscle’s partners is called the supraspinatus, and it can be super painful when injured or overworked. Read on to discover how it might also lead to bad breath. (Now there’s a mystery.) “Supra” is in this muscle’s name because it lies in a groove on the top of the shoulder blade, “superior” to or above a bony ridge.

The supraspinatus is a somewhat small muscle, and it plays a role in abducting the arm, or lifting the arm straight up from your side. When it becomes compromised, people often have trouble lifting the arm above shoulderlevel. Another giveaway that supraspinatus is involved is pain that occurs when reaching behind your back, as in reaching toward

your opposite-side back pocket. This muscle often develops trigger points that can send odd pain patterns to distant areas, and sometimes mimic bursitis. As a reminder: a trigger point is a knotty, sensitive point within a tight band of muscle, or even connective tissue. When this point is pressed or palpated, it can refer sensation and pain. Trigger points lurking in the supraspinatus can create a sense of discomfort or deep aching in the side of the upper arm. This can be deceptive for the person in pain, because he or she may assume that the root

of the problem lies in the painful upper arm, but it is actually coming from the supraspinatus. (Ahhah — more mystery!) One way people become aware of a problem in the supraspinatus on their dominant-side is if they begin to notice difficulty with daily activities like brushing their hair, or playing sports like racquetball or tennis. The issue can progress unnoticed for longer if it happens on the person’s non-dominant side because that arm is not used as much for routine activities. Sometimes, trigger points in the supraspinatus can be setoff or activated by carry-

ing a heavy load with the arm hanging down, or even walking a large dog on a leash. Both vapocoolant spray (a liquid treatment that a therapist sprays in a stream along the length of the problematic muscle) and neuromuscular massage therapy are highly effective at releasing and resolving trigger points in this muscle. I see this proven quite regularly. Still wondering about how supraspinatus could cause bad breath? Well, once trigger points have been extinguished and a normal resting tone has been achieved from treatments, the injured

person can more easily walk the dog, brush his hair, and, yes (mystery solved), brush his teeth. Thanks for reading. I hope you and your supraspinatus are well today.

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 https://wayne.uakron. edu/library/ or come into the Central Library in Millersburg for a paper form. All applications must be returned to the Holmes County Library for processing.

For more information, contact Susan Corl at 330674-5972, Ext. 227 or email

or scanned representations will be gathered in a book and shared at the

Holmes County Library, as well as on its website. Call 330-674-5972. Ext. 227.

David Pratt is a Licensed Massage Therapist with multiple advanced certifications. He has been serving Holmes County Clients since 1997 and has a private practice, True Nature, in Millersburg. He can be reached at 330-473-0402 or As always, Holmes County residents receive a discounted rate.

Community briefs Donations needed for Wolf Creek Cemetery

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 Wolf Creek Pleasant Valley Cemetery is now should be mature, stable, accepting donations to pay caring adults willing to join for mowing of the ceme- the team of professionals tery grounds. Any amount providing services to chilappreciated. Call Robert dren in the community. Training is required and L. Croskey, 330-276-3322. Donations may be sent to will be provided at no cost. Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, Kill- Contact Nicole Long at 330buck 44637 or Lilian Duncan, 674-1111 for information. P.O. Box 284 Killbuck 44637.

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Corn Beef & Cabbage event set for New Year’s Eve ship and other mission groups supported by the church. “We are so thankful that Jay and Nate Torrence would offer such a cool fundraiser for our missionaries. These missionaries do some amazing things in the nations they

serve in and we love that this fundraiser will help them financially,” said a spokesperson for the Missions Committee at BCF. “It is a win for everyone! Our community loves the Corn Beef & Cabbage show and we get to help some great causes, while

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Torrence (then BCF’s youth pastor) as the manager. Josh moved out of state to attend Bible school in 1998, while Jay and Nate continued performing in local coffee houses, youth groups and high schools. In 1999, BCF sent the comedy duo to the Christian Artists Competition in Estes N. Torrence J. Torrence Park, Colo. Corn Beef & laughing into 2013!” purchases, $10 for groups Cabbage won first place The performance will of 15 or more, and $15 at in Best Drama Team start on New Year’s Eve the door (if not sold out). and second place in Best at 8 p.m. in the sanctuary Seats are limited. Dramatic Writing. This at Berlin Christian FelCorn Beef & Cabbage earned them the privilege lowship; doors will open was originally formed out to open for Stephen Curat 7:30 p.m. sharp. Tickets of the Berlin Christian tis Chapman in a live conare available at the Gos- Fellowship youth group cert event also in Estes pel Bookstore in Berlin in the summer of 1996. Park. In 2000, the group or at Berlin Christian Fel- Members included Jay performed their last show lowship. The cost of the Torrence, Nate Torrence at Hiland High School. tickets is $12 for advance and Josh Ruth, with Ryan Since then, both Jay and Nate have pursued careers in theater as well as television and film. Today, performer/writer Jay Torrence is an ensemble member with Chicago’s Neo-Futurist Theater Company where he has written and performed more than 400 short plays in Chicago’s longest running late night show “Too Much Light Makes the Dec. 26-29 &31: Mt. Eaton Harness Baby Go Blind.” Jay’s Annual Dart Inventory Sale full-length playwriting credits include Burning 10%-30% off Bluebeard and Roustabout: The Great Circus see store for details Train Wreck. Burning Bluebeard  received critiDec. 26-31: After Christmas Sale cal acclaim and was listed best fringe, best ensemble Pine Tree Barn and best of theater 2011 by The Chicago Tribune, 4374 Shreve Rd., Wooster The Chicago Sun Times, WBEZ Chicago Pub(330) 264-1014 lic Radio and Time Out Dec. 31: Declaration Gospel Concert Chicago. Roustabout: The Great Circus Train Wreck Amish Door Restaurant was awarded the John W. Schmid Award for Out1210 Winesburg Rd., Wilmot, OH standing New Work and The After Dark Award (330) 264-7436 for Outstanding Production. Roustabout received Dec. 31: New Years Eve Party With A a second production as part of Chicago’s Theatre Purpose on the Lake season.  Jay has had the privilege of Carlisle Inn, Sugarcreek performing with Redmoon Theater, 500 Clown, (855) 411-2275 and touring nationally Dec. 31: Decanters and Steins to The New Victory Theater (New York), The 20% off all Christmas Collectors Shakespeare Theater (Washington, D.C.) and Decanters and Steins Woolly Mammoth Theatre (Washington, D.C.) 119 E. Main St., Sugarcreek Torrence was listed in


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Cyber-granny ready to peruse profiles of progeny The message was clear and the directive straight-forward when I posted this on my own Facebook wall: “Attention wonderful world of Lorsons: Finally succumbing to Grandma Bunny’s burning desire to keep track of all of you through what she calls, ‘that Facebook thing,’ I have just ordered her a laptop. When it arrives, I will be helping her set up an account and each and every one of you will receive a “friend request.” You’ve got three to five days to clean up your profiles! Consider yourselves warned!” I imagined my entire battalion of nieces and nephews, many of them college-aged or just beyond, immediately scrambling toward their Facebook accounts to rifle through their online photo albums, double-check privacy settings, and hurry to hide any and all pictures, posts or comments that might even remotely offend the sensibilities of our 85-year-old matriarch. In issuing this warning I felt that I had done a great service to my kin on both ends of the age spectrum. The only

problem was, none of the kids believed me! I learned this a few days after the decree when I happened upon Ben as he lounged on the couch thumbing his smartphone. “So, son, have you dressed up your Facebook wall for Grandma yet?” I said. “Duh!” he said without even looking up. “As if Grandma would ever get a computer, much less a Facebook account. That’s pretty funny!” “News flash!” I said covering his phone with my hand. “It’s no joke! By the end of the week I will have endowed your beloved little granny with the power to rifle through your recent history, get acquainted with all of your sketchy friends and more or less track your every documented activity!” “That’s just plain TERRIFYING!” he said leaping from the couch to race to his computer. “I’m about

to block my entire existence!” Half-way up the stairs he slammed to a stop with an idea so bright I swear I saw tiny rays of light emanating from his ear holes. “Just because Grandma sends me a friend request that doesn’t mean I have to accept it, right?” I pondered this for a moment. The boy was fundamentally correct. The way Facebook works is that people actually “ask” one another to share their little Internet world; and for every request there must be a response. In Ben’s case, to flat-out deny a friend request from someone who used to wipe his nose and powder his behind would be a pretty firm smack in the face. But to simply ignore the request? Well, he could probably get away with that for a good, long time! “OK, son, suit yourself; but I think if I were you I’d clean up my profile anyhow. Sooner or later Grandma will catch up to you; and I’m not going to jump to your defense when she has you by the earlobe wanting to

Event (Continued From Page 8) Chicago’s Newcity Top 50 Influential People on Stage and was the recipient of the Prairie Fire Award for Creative Non Fiction, The Annie Dillard Award for Creative Non Fiction. He earned his MFA in creative writing from the University of British Columbia and currently teaches theater and performance studies at The University of Chicago. His newest play script goes into production at Chicago’s Hypocrites Theatre this May.  Actor Nate Torrence is a 1996 Hiland graduate who moved from Berlin to Los Angeles in the summer of 2000. Nate got his first big break and gained national recognition for his work in several commercial campaigns including Capital One, Enterprise and Volkswagen.

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Be on the lookout for “Things of Beauty’ By BARB LUMLEY Columnist The first day of winter arrived Dec. 21. The days are cloudy, dreary, sometimes rainy and just plain miserable! By five o’clock in the evening it is getting dark. Flowers are gone, the trees are bare, fields and the countryside are various shades of brown. Christmas has come and gone, the lights have been turned off, and most decorations taken down. Things look ugly, the color is gone. You have heard the expression “a thing of beauty.” Each of the

following definitions is given in the dictionary. Thing — any object or substance, implement or equipment for some specified use. Beauty — an attractive or advantageous characteristic or feature. Where are the “things of beauty” at this time of year? As we drive down our country roads all we see are the dark brown fields. Those fields are a “thing of beauty.” Some are plowed, some are not, but they are all at rest, just waiting for spring when they will receive the seeds and fertilizer that will let them produce their

crops that will help to feed the country. We see a row of bales wrapped in white plastic. They really show up as they lie on the brown background. Those bales are a “thing of beauty.” They are providing the high quality forage that feeds the farmer’s dairy cows, so that they can produce the milk that awaits families on the market shelves. Farther on we see a huge pile of wood all neatly stacked. That stack of wood is a “thing of beauty.” It will provide warmth and comfort for a family during the snowy and freezing cold days of winter.

When roads are covered with several inches of snow and you need to go somewhere, a snow plow becomes a “thing of beauty.” That plow on an ODOT or county truck means roads will be cleared so you can reach your destination. And you know the drivers will be working night and day plowing and spreading salt to make it as safe as possible for you to travel. A snowplow on a tractor means the milkman will be getting to the dairy barn to empty the bulk tank and a neighbor’s lane or driveway

will get plowed out. The pine tree along the road or in the forest is a “thing of beauty.” It will remain green for us all winter long, giving us a little bit of color throughout the winter and providing shelter, nests, and beds of pine needles for the birds and wild animals to help them survive the harsh winter. That beautiful bright red cardinal that just landed on the limb of the maple tree in the backyard is a “thing of beauty.” He is a tiny bright spot on a dark and dreary day to remind you that

there is always beauty in the world. Children playing in the snow, building a snowman, or sled riding down a hill are a “thing of beauty.” A full moon shining on drifts of new fallen snow is a “thing of beauty.” The flag of the United States of America waving in the breeze is always a “thing of beauty.” “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Finding “things of beauty” during this darkest time of year can be difficult, but they are there. Sometimes you just have to look a little deeper to find them!

down, bred heifers 1,485down, stock cows 1,160-down. 134 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 125-170, good 80-125, common 30-80, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 50-160, crossbred 50-160, crossbred heifers 75-160. 181 GOATS — Kid 155down, billies 170-down, nannies 150-down, wethers 200down. 615 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 45-80, lambs 40-60 lbs. 130-210, 60-80 lbs. 105-202.50, 80-100 lbs. 80-130, 100-130 lbs. 80-100, 130-up 77.50-92.50. TOTAL HEAD — 1,256. 118 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 270-380, 3rd and 4th cutting 200-410, mixed 1st cutting 185-400, mixed 2nd cutting 150-425, lg. bales hay 45-95, lg bales hay 150-370 ton, wheat straw 170-220, lg. bales straw 140-170 ton, ear corn 250-265; firewood 25-55; corn fodder/bale 20-40, oats 17.50. 939 DOZEN EGGS — White .50-1 dozen; brown .601.50 dozen.

230-260 lbs. 53-70, butcher sows 25-60, boars by weight 10-25. 229 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 20-47, 41-50 lbs. 42-74, 51-60 lbs. 56-71, 61 lbs.-up 42.50-82.50, service boars 85-175, roasters 90-98. 124 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 100-155, back to farm, heifers 90-160, light & thin 80-down. 113 CATTLE — Steers 74, heifers 59-83, bulls 51-76.50, good beef cows 71-78, medium to good 64-69, thin to poor 60-down; feeder steers 60-90, heifers 60-78. 3 SHEEP — Mark lambs 90-125 lbs. 80-107.50, cull ewes and bucks 47.50. 7 GOATS — 32.50-140. 240 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,300-down, bred heifers 1,500-down, service bulls 425-1,085, open heifers 4351,035. TOTAL HEAD 826; Consignors 225. 50 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 200-340, 2nd cutting 260-450, 3rd cutting 230-260, lg. bales 40-115 each, straw 150-240 ton; ear corn 190 ton, corn fodder 20-105 ton; firewood 35-105 load.

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SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Dec. 17 104 CALVES — Choice calves 95-160, good calves 75-90, light & thins 40-down; back to farm bulls 95-160, heifers 75-105; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 100-155, heifers 85-125, Holsteins feeders 65-78. 186 CATTLE — Choice steers 120-125, good steers 115-119.50, Holstein steers 80-114, choice heifers 115-120, good heifers 100-114.50, good

Holstein cows 70-85, yellows and thins 65-down, bulls 68-88. 231 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 800, top pony 140.

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FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic Dec. 18 36 CALVES — Good to choice calves95-105, medium to good calves 85-95, fair to medium calves 80-85, commons and lights 80-down, back to farm, bull calves 105-130, heifer calves 95. DAIRY CATTLE — Holstein heifers 975. 32 PIGS — 60-70 lbs. 25-29. 3 GOATS — 77-160. 98 BUTCHER HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 54-59, 210-240 lbs. 55-67, 240-260 lbs. 61.50-69.50, 260 lbs.-up 57-69.50, butcher sows 60-down, boars by weight 10. 51 CATTLE — Steers, Holstein and Jerseys 72.50-79.50, bulls 80.50, good beef cows 73-79, medium to good cows

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69-73, fair to medium cows 61-69, common cows 61-down. 220 TOTAL HEAD. 50 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 235-325, 2nd and 3rd cutting 275-425, hay 6.50 bale, big rd. bales 65-120, wheat straw 150 ton; oats straw 100; hay rd. 150 ton; corn fodder 15-32.

No Auction, Dec. 25 Hay/Straw Auction Dec. 28, 10:30 a.m.

MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Dec. 19 35 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 63, 250-280 lbs. 62-67, boars 17-23; 38 feeder pigs: 40-50 lbs. 40-50, 70-85 lbs. 42.50-47.50, 100-120 lbs. 55-62.50. 17 CATTLE — Heifers 90-110, choice Holstein steers 103-106, good Holstein steers, 85-96. 8 BULLS — Jersey bulls 73.50-81, 1,000-1,500 lbs. 71-84, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 86-97, 2,000-up 85. 119 CULL COWS — Good 73-84.50, medium-good 67-73, fair-medium 61-67, light-thin 61-down; 67 feeders: steers 50-142.50, heifers 50-105. 37 DAIRY — Cows 1,185-

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McKee reappointed Holmes auditor The Holmes County Republican Central Committee met Tuesday, Dec. 18, and reappointed Jackie McKee as county auditor for the remainder of the term to which she was elected, which expires March 15, 2015. McKee had resigned as auditor November 30 to claim retirement under the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System, and had applied to the Central Committee to be

SHARING THE SPIRIT — Queen Toren Hoffee of the Killbuck Early American Days, pictured here with Dalton Holidays Festival Santa, is not content just to wear her crown, she gives back. This year, Queen Toren collected donations from her family and friends, as well as her court to give to Holmes County Share-A-Christmas. Not only did she collect $345 for her favorite cause, but she volunteered her time as well. Share-A-Christmas helps more than 300 families in Holmes County.

reappointed auditor for the remainder of the term. The Central Committee is authorized by state law to fill vacancies in elected county offices held by members of the party. The Central Committee has 19 members, one elected at the primary election by the Republican voters in each precinct in the county, to serve a four year term. The current committee term expires in 2014.

Holmes in need of foster families 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. Training is required and will be provided at no cost. Call 330-674-1111 for more information.

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Club notes Knights of Gaming Board Gaming Society meets the third Saturday of the month from noon-6 p.m. at the Holmes County District Public Library, Millersburg.

Display ads, Monday at noon; Classified ads, Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Arts Council Holmes County Arts Community meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m., at Young Uniforms and Scrubs, Millersburg. Contact Phyllis Young 330-6740676 or 1-866-386-2026.

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The post Christmas humbug; welcome to January this sitting. I think I’ll just let myself crumble and everyone can get on with their lives.” Of course there are also the toys that keep you busy for a day or two after Christmas. You know, the ones that come packaged more secure than the First Federal Bank of the Universe. And you slice open your fingers on sealed plastic sharper than a razor blade and have to search the house for Band-Aids and then wire cutters to clip the remaining ties. And then they need batteries. Four of them. All D cell. As a bonus, you have to find a screwdriver to open their covered vault, and then tighten it back up before you realized you put one in the wrong way.

you and you’re plum without a speck of holiday cheer. This is the way it has always been. You even start to throw away entire cookie trays because they’ve somehow turned to crumbs overnight, as if to say, “OK, I’m done with all

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We also cannot forget the scale that seems to speak to you when you stand on it. “Did you really need that second helping of ham? And don’t think I didn’t see you eating cookies out of the jar every day. Tsk tsk.” You immediately try to justify the newly found and sadly astonishing numbers that stare back at you, thinking the calories you consumed were all done with well intentions because social gatherings and meals are part of what makes the holidays so special. Also, extra fat for winter warmth. Obviously. We must also mention the decorations which looked so beautiful when you joyfully set them on every open ledge in

But we do it all to ourselves. No one ever really says after the holiday we all have to hunker down in the dark and cold winter, bah humbug-ing the world because our cheer is spent. No one says we can’t share a meal with friends and laugh and sing by the glow of tiny white lights. I could personally do without the huge amounts of shopping and batteries, but why-ohwhy do we eat Christmas cookies only once a year? They are delicious. Friends are wonderful. Family is a treasure. Trees in our homes make us feel good. Doing deeds of kindness and generosity warm our hearts. Colors and good wishes to all are just really great things. Does it really have to end? Merry January, every-

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The Berlin Lions Club is pleased to welcome Bruce and Shane Byler from the Amish Country Theater’s Comedy Show to the next meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3 at Berlin East of Chicago. The club will have supper at 6:30 p.m followed with a program by the Bylers. If you, or someone you know, needs assistance with vision care please contact the Lions at 330231-5842 for information

New Date! — Teen Mystery Dinner Costume Party — Teens ages 12–18 join us Saturday, Dec. 29 from 4-9 p.m. at the Central Library to help solve the Case of the Flaming Science Lab. Use your sleuthing skills to figure out who set the lab on fire and stole the answers to the science test. Register early for your choice of character. Costumes are encouraged but not required. Prizes for Best Costume and who solves the mystery will be awarded. Pizza will also be served. Registration is required. Call 330-674-5972 or visit the Central or East Branch Libraries. Online at

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“Our Town, Memories of Holmes County Project” — Do you have old pictures of an event or people in Holmes County? Please consider sharing or donating your photos to the “Our Town” project.The images or scanned representations will be gathered in a book and shared at the Holmes County Library as well as on its web site. Contact Susan Corl at 330-674-5972 with questions or for more information. 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 See Pg. 13 — LIBRARY

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every open corner of the house, and now they all glare at you with a thin film of dust and you are thinking that next year there is no way you’re putting up that many things because it’s just crazy. Your family and friends that you see only once or twice a year, ended up being a barrel of fun and you realize that even though you have the best of intentions of getting together, you won’t see them for another 12 long months. These are the post Christmas doldrums. They are stinkier than a carton of eggnog and bluer than Elvis crooning about his Christmas without you. They stock your stockings with coal and make your spirit fall like needles on an unwatered Christmas tree.


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It’s the “now what?” little bit of depression that comes with having successfully survived another holiday and the aftermath that follows. It’s drifting in and out of a turkey and frosting induced sleep and snuggled up with tissue paper, while dreams of having every last pine needle and wrapping paper scrap picked up and gone dance through your head. You spent so many weeks decking the halls, now you feel like the halls have decked

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Library (Continued From Page 12) download an application from https://wayne. 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 330-6745972, Ext. 227 or email

— One-on-One eReader Help Sessions at the Central Library — The Holmes County Library is now offering one-on-one help for those with ereader devices. Sessions will be up to 30 minutes showing patrons how to check out and download library ebooks and other digital media. Participants must have a valid Holmes County District Public Library card with an account in good standing. To set up an appointment call 330-6745972.

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.

Guest speaker at the Nov. 19 meeting of West Holmes FFA was Hannah Crossen, a 2006 graduate of Hillsdale High School, former 20062007 State President, 2007 Ohio State Fair Queen, and 2008-2009 National FFA Eastern Regional Vice-President. She spoke about the opportunities and encouraged members to branch out and try new things through FFA. Greenhand Ceremonies were conducted. Parents watched a slideshow highlighting the Greenhand and Chapter recpients; and then members received pins and certificates. Receiving their initial FFA degree were Dylan Arnold-Harsh, Gabriel Armstrong, Melanie Atherton, Ariel Bickel,

Riley Brannon, Stasia Callahan, Timothy Cox, Lyndsey Davis, Victoria Eggers, Ethan Fair, Matthew Gardner, Tyler Grassbaugh, Jillian Gurley, Brandy Haddock, Katlyn Hamner, William Hughes, Jason Jenkins, Devon Little, Justin Lorentz, Mystique Martin, Samathea McClain, Kristina Metcalf, Alex Miller, Jeared Miller, Paige Miller, Coven Mullet, Robert Parker, Colton Priebe, Patrick Schlabach, Hannah Schelgel, Carter Smith, Bethany Underwood, Brooke Underwood, Tanner Walker, Sierra Wengerd, Cole Woods, Michael Workman and Racheal Yerian. Congratulations were extended to Wesley Adams, Kayla Bird, Bai-

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Dec. 17 — The Holmes County Sheriff’s Office took a report of fraud on County Road 100 in Washington Township. Theft was reported on County Road 330 in Ripley Township. A report was taken of bad checks on state Route 557 in Clark Township. Theft was reported on state Route 241 in Hardy Township.

A report of a bad check was taken at state Route 557 in Clark Township. Fraud was reported on state Route 39 in Washington Township. Dec. 18 — Theft was reported on state Route 39 in Monroe Township. Dec. 19 — Theft was reported at Killbuck Township Road 67. Theft was reported on state Route 39 in Berlin Township.

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New at the gym to reap the benefits of exercise; use the stairs, go for a walk, take a bike ride, or play with your dog or children to get moving and start looking and feeling better. Rest up Although jam-packed schedules make it seem like there aren’t enough hours in the day, it’s

(Continued From Page 14) Consume whole foods Adding more whole foods into your everyday diet is a natural way to obtain the nutrients your body craves without feeling like you’re making a drastic change. One of the easiest ways to do this is by incorporating fresh juices into your daily routine. Whole-food juicing is a quick and easy way to get several servings of fruits and vegetables at once, making it a perfect on-the-go solution for those juggling hectic schedules. Simply toss whole fruits, vegetables, or a combination of both into a high-performance blender like a Vitamix, and then add ice. In seconds, you’ll have a delicious, nutrientpacked beverage, plus the fiber from the whole foods to keep you full longer. A variety of recipes to suit any taste is offered at, making eating more whole foods something you’ll actually enjoy. Add more exercise It’s not unusual for a person to drive from a desk job to the drive-thru at a fast food restaurant, and then go directly to

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A guest-friendly home is easier than you think Ways to make your home ready for entertaining anytime

access to an open, organized and welcoming home. Knowing where to start is the most important thing. Lifestyle guru Susie Coelho has provided entertaining tips for the home on HGTV, “Oprah,” “Today” and “The View” and knows just what to do. Tip No. 1: Food can make or break a celebration. Start your preparations by stocking the bar and cleaning the kitchen. Set the table or buffet before people arrive. There is a good chance some of the seating for your gathering will be located in the kitchen area. Make certain the kitchen is clean and the sink area is cleared of

(BPT) — One of the many exciting and sometimes stressful parts of the holiday season is entertaining at home with friends and family. To prepare for their arrival you may be tempted to just clean the kitchen counters, toss a few extra towels in the guest bathroom and ignore the rest of the house. Instead, your visitors will enjoy the party more if they have full

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Obituaries Janice Crowthers, 71 Janice G. (Stone) Crowthers, 71, of South Lawn Extension, died Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012, at her residence. She was born Aug. 27, 1941, in Coshocton County to the late William George and Cecelia Nellie (Hamer) Stone, and was an employee of the Rice-Chadwick Co. for more than 35 years. She loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. Surviving are a daughter, June Conley of Coshocton; sons, William Conley, Larry (Naomi) Crowthers, Gary Crowthers, and Robert Crowthers, all of Tampa, Fla., Jason (Aimee) Crowthers of Glenmont and George Crowthers of Coshocton; several grand-

children and great-grandchildren; sisters, Betty Sampsel and Joan (Art) Jones, both of Layland; a sister-in-law, Helen Stone of Coshocton; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by brothers, Francis, George and Fred Stone; and sisters, Eileen Crawford, Minnie Stone, Ruth Dishman and Mary Lou Dunmire. Funeral services were Saturday Dec. 15 at Fischer Funeral Home in Warsaw, with pastor Ron Davis officiating. Burial was in Spring Mountain Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice-Health Services of Coshocton, P.O. Box 1284, Coshocton 43812.

Dana Warrick, 97 Dana Marie Gorrell Warrick, 97, of Wooster, passed away Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, at Wooster Community Hospital. She was born Oct. 6, 1915, in Holmesville, the daughter of Robert and Ethel Bushey Gorrell, and married John W. Warrick on June 12, 1950. He preceded her in death in 1995. Dana retired in 1979 from Columbia Gas Transmission Corp., after 30 years of employment. She was a member of Central Christian Church, Quarter Century Club at Columbia Gas, GASCO Club and had volunteered at the Red Cross. Dana enjoyed fishing, needlepoint and walking. Surviving are nieces, Clau-

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Evelyn M. Klotz, 59, (Kathy) Klotz of Bucyrus, dia (Gary) Hendershot of Wooster and Cathy (Dick) Wooster, passed away Michael (Marcie) LanStoffer of Ashland; and a Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012, ham of Sugarcreek and nephew, Gregory (Gayle) at Barberton Citizens Thomas Lanham of Virginia; many nieces and Gorrell of Ashland; and Hospital. S h e nephews, including Jason, great-nieces and nephews. Shawn and Aaron Klutz; In addition to her hus- was born and special friends Alma band, Dana was preceded M a r c h McElfresh, Darlene Philin death by her parents; a 10, 1953, lips and Amber, Josh, Trasister, Mary E. Grassmann; in Wayne vis and Aaron Michael. and a brother, Paul Gorrell. County, the She was preceded in Private family services d a u g h t e r death by her parents; and were held. McIntire, Brad- of William a brother, William “Billy” ham & Sleek Funeral C l i n t o n Home, 216 E. Larwill St., and Evelyn M. Schliegsp Klotz. Services will be held Wooster, assisted the family. Klotz. She had worked for at a later date. McIntire, Contributions may be made to Central Chris- Goodwill Industries, and Bradham & Sleek Funertian Church, 407 N. Mar- loved to crochet, work jig- al Home, 216 E. Larwill ket St., Wooster 44691; saw and word puzzles and St., Wooster, is assisting the family. Wayne County Historical she loved her cats. Surviving are siblings Those who wish may Society, 546 E. Bowman St., Wooster 44691; Wayne Sharon (Dean) Stauffer make contributions to County Humane Soci- of Sugarcreek, Stella the funeral home to help ety, 1161 Mechanicsburg May of Ocala, Fla., Paul defray expenses. Road, Wooster 44691; or Hospice & Palliative Care Amanda Schlabach, 88 of Greater Wayne County, Amanda Schlabach, grandchildren, Anthony, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Sandra Schlauch, 63 88, of Winesburg, passed Phineas, Phoebe, Lila, Wooster 44691. Sandra L. Schlauch of vation projects. Her greataway Monday, Dec. 17, Peter, Mabel, Easton, Big Prairie passed away est contribution was the 2012, at Walnut Hills Nadia, Braden and Jane; Sandra Walton, 74 at her home Thursday, design and creation of the Nursing Home in Walnut a sister, Lucinda Yoder Dec. 13, 2012. new preschool wing known Sandra A. Walton, 74, Martin; six great-grand- Creek, after a period of of Wooster; brothers, Sandy was born Nov. as “Down on Jesus Farm.” of Wooster, passed away children; a sister, Marilyn declining health. David (Anna) Troyer of 7, 1949, in Akron to By far her most impor- Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, McClure of Shreve; and a She was born in Hart- Berlin, Raymond (Ila) Edmond tant role in life and what at West View Manor sister-in-law, Wilma Yock- ville on Dec. 1, 1924, Troyer of Beach City Ta i l l o n brought her the most joy N u r s i n g to the late David and and Mennasses (Carol) ey of Shreve. and Rose was taking care of her fami- Home. Sandra was preceded Katie Ann (Sommers) Troyer of Louisville; and (Sylvester) ly. She will be forever loved She was in death by her parents; Troyer and married a brother-in-law, Mose Motz, and and missed by her children, born Jan. a son, Richard H. Wal- Emanuel A. Schlabach Schlabach. married Debra (Steve) Gilbert and 12, 1938, in ton Jr. in 2003; brothers, on Oct. 11, 1947. He surIn addition to her parDavid L. Aaron (Brandi) Schlauch; Shreve, the William, Kenneth and vives. ents, she was preceded in Schlauch grandchildren, Ethan and d a u g h t e r She was a member of death by sisters, Susanna Jack Yockey; and a sister, on Aug. 7, Rachil Reynolds, Jacoby of William Longenecker Mennonite Troyer and Alta SchlaDonna Musselman. 1968. He survives. and Jamison Gilbert, Logan J. and Elsie G r a v e s i d e s e r v i c e s Church. bach; and brothers, Noah A 1967 graduate of West and Wyatt Schlauch; broth- Mae Franks Yockey, and were Saturday, Dec. Surviving in addition to and Vernon Troyer. Holmes High School, ers, Gordon Taillon and retired from the Gruter 22 in Prairie Township her husband, are daughFamily graveside servicSandy and David start- William (Louise) Taillon; Foundation as a nurses C e m e t e r y, H o l m e s - ters, Mabel Schlabach es were Friday, Dec. 21 in ed in the dairy business and a sister, Mary (Tom) aide. ville, with pastor Eric and Leona (Ted) Mill- Longenecker Mennonite and created Velvet-View Bulger. She loved playing on the Fairhurst officiating. er, both of Winesburg; Church Cemetery. MemoFarm. Recently, she helped Her parents and a computer, bingo, doing Contributions may be grandchildren, Lynnette rial services followed at to create and operated brother, Eddie Taillon, puzzles, camping and tak- made to American Heart (Scott) Killy of Toledo, Longenecker Mennonite Velvet-View Farmstead preceded her in death. ing care of her bird, Oscar. Association, 15120 Col- Brenda (Mark) Pope of Church, with pastor Scott Yogurt. As a 4-H adviser Services were Monday, Surviving are daugh- lections Center Drive Dundee, Denise (Chris) Killy officiating. for the Ripley Ringlead- Dec. 17, at Schlabach ters, Alice (Doug) Mar- (15120=Lbx#), Chicago, Bortnik of Warrendale, Spidell Funeral Home ers, she spent many hours Funeral Home in Shreve tin of Holmesville, Tanya Ill. 60693; or Hospice & Pa., and Kristine Miller in Mount Eaton, handled helping members with with the Rev. Dean Ham- (Wayne) Hughes of Palliative Care of Greater of Winesburg; great- arrangements. their dairy projects. mond officiating. Burial Fresno and Donna (Eric) Wayne County, 2525 Back She shared her faith and was in Ripley Cemetery. Munoz of Cleveland; Orrville Road, Wooster Esther Crilow, 80 talents with the congregaThe family suggests grandchildren, Jennifer 44691. tion of Ripley Church of memorial contribu- Williams, Carrie Hughes, Esther L. Crilow, 80, ed Church of Christ in Arrangements were Christ. Her roles included tions be made to Ripley Justin (Barb) Estill, Scott handled by McIntire, of Sugarcreek, died Sugarcreek. teaching the little ones for Church of Christ “Down Walton, Matthew (Chris- Bradham & Sleek Funer- Wednesday, Dec. 19, Surviving are daughters many years, decorating the on the Farm Fund,” 12298 tina) Hughes, Joe Munoz al Home, 216 E. Larwill 2012, at Walnut Hills Charlene Crilow of the church for holidays and County Road 330, Big and Jarod and Jenay St., Wooster. Nursing Home in Walnut home and Karen Brooks adding insights to the reno- Prairie 44611. Creek, after an extended of Sugarcreek; and Forillness. rest Brooks of SugarShe was born April 16, creek. 1932, in Holmes County to In addition to her husDr. Robert Sears Independent Doctor of Optometry the late Cyrus and Alice band, she was preceded (Reif) Stingel, and mar- in death by her parents; Located Inside To get your Church News published weekly, ried Charles A. 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Liberty shuts down Arnold, hands West Holmes its first loss By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer After seeing what Brady Arnold could do against his squad in the first half, Liberty coach Greg Nossaman decided he was going to make someone other than the dynamic junior of West Holmes beat his Patriots. Arnold torched Liberty for 19 points in the first half, helping the Knights build a 45-43 lead. But a box-and-one defense limited Arnold to four points the rest of the way, and Liberty handed the Knights their first loss of the season, 72-63 in the fourth game of the WQKT-Steve Smith Holiday Hoops Classic at Timken Gymnasium Saturday at The College of Wooster. “That was the biggest thing we talked about. If they want to do that, then someone else is going to have to go get his (points),” West Holmes coach Jim Lindeman said. “We just didn’t step up like we have. I’m confident from here on out, somebody will.” “We went a little boxand-one on Arnold. He’s a great player. He went for 19 in the first half to four in the second half,” Nossaman said. “That was the difference in the game right there.” “I thought they were a little bigger than us, but we did a nice job on the interior,” he added. “Once we got the lead, we managed the clock well and spread them out. We got some pretty good guards that defend well.” The Patriots looked like they were going to run away with things in the first quarter, jumping out to a 22-11 advantage before the Knights got a three-point play from Ryan Neer and a drive and dish from Arnold to Brock Macaulay to trim the lead to 22-16. After a Liberty timeout, the Patriots turned the ball over and Arnold hit a jumper to trim the lead to 22-18. That’s where the score stood after the opening eight minutes of action. West Holmes went on an 11-2 run to start the second quarter, opening a five-point lead as the Patriots had no answer

for Gabe Snyder inside. Snyder had nine of his 11 points in the first half, seven of them coming in a span of five possessions. Arnold and Liberty senior guard Nick Nossaman put on a shooting display for a stretch of the second quarter, where Arnold started with a spinning layup in the lane to give the Knights a 36-31 lead. The junior sharpshooter then hit a 3-pointer, one of six he drilled in the first half. And he was fouled, for a four-point play, giving the Knights a 40-34 lead. Nossaman answered at the other end with a triple from just inside the half-court line. Arnold came back, buried another deep one, only to have Nossaman answer with another prorange triple. When the smoke cleared at the end of the first half, West Holmes led 45-42. Layne Perone came off the West Holmes bench to provide an offensive spark in the third quarter when Snyder was saddled with foul trouble. He scored four points on back-to-back possessions to give the Knights a 54-48 advantage late in the third quarter. “I think that’s a testament to Layne. He’s still getting into basketball mode. He gave us some real good minutes tonight,” Lindeman said. “It says a lot about him, staying upbeat and being ready to go whenever his name is called.” Michael DeLeon got his name called by the Patriots, and the 6-foot5 junior responded down the stretch of the third, scoring six of his 12 points. A Nossaman triple to beat the buzzer helped Liberty pull within one, 56-55, after three. The senior finished with five 3-pointers and 17 points to earn player of the game honors. The Knights managed only two buckets, a Grant Hay 3-pointer and a Snyder score inside, to open the fourth quarter, but four empty possessions midway through the frame enabled the Patriots to edge ahead and pull away down the

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Hawks struggle against Pirates turning point, that steal By KEVIN LYNCH and then that 3.” Staff Writer The third quarter ended Garaway’s group of senior guards took the with Garaway ahead young Hiland backcourt 46-34, and after Troyer to school Tuesday, as the swished a triple early in pressure of the Pirates the final frame, it was just forced 22 turnovers and a matter of hanging on sent the Hawks to their down the stretch. first loss of the season. “Our pressure was Senior Duane Troyer excellent. We had a lot poured in 23 points to of steals and deflections go with seven rebounds, because of it,” Shutt three steals and an assist added. “I thought it was a to lead the Pirates past great team effort.” the Hawks 60-49 in the In contrast, Hiland backyard brawl in Sugar- coach Mark Schlabach creek. was not pleased with his “As the game went on, team’s effort. he said, ‘This is my baby. “When you don’t play I’m going to take over.’ very well, it doesn’t hurt And he did,” Garaway quite as bad,” Schlabach coach Dave Shutt said of said. “We didn’t play Troyer. real well. They were the After Hiland had aggressor. That showed. trimmed Garaway’s lead They had a lot of free to two, 34-32, on Jordan throws because they were Yoder’s second 3-pointer more aggressive than early in the second half, we were. We had a lot Troyer took over for Gar- of turnovers because of away, scoring two free their aggressiveness. They throws, a jumper, a layup had us on our heels all Craig Foltz photo/ and the bonus, making a night. West Holmes’ Ryan Neer (21) moves into the steal and feeding Sammy “You expect to have key to lay this shot in for two points on Saturday Gebhardt for a 3-pointer some turnovers against a vs. Olentangy Liberty at The College of Wooster that put the Pirates up team that’s going to press during action in the WQKT-Steve Smith Holiday 43-32, and the Hawks you the whole game,” the Hoops Classic. The Patriots handed the Knights never recovered, in fall- coach continued. “The their first loss of the year, 72-63. ing for the first time this unforced errors hurt, but season after posting five it’s the ones they capitalstretch. everything we needed to straight wins. The Hawks ized on that hurt us the “This was a respect in do to win the game. The are 4-1 in the Inter-Valley most, like that stretch the state game for us,” last three, four minutes, Conference, while the in the third quarter that Lindeman said. “They’re we didn’t execute very Pirates improved to 5-0 allowed them to make their run.” known and respected well. They’re a good bas- in the IVC, 5-1 overall. “At the half, our mesJordan Yoder led the throughout the state. It ketball team, no doubt was a big game for us. about it. But we didn’t do sage was: ‘Don’t melt Hawks with 15 points, We had it circled on the down the stretch what we down. We’ve got to buck- and Todd Ropp added 14 schedule as a measuring had done the first three- le down, execute and get points and 10 rebounds. stick. And for three-and- and-a-half quarters. stops.’ I thought we did,” Brennan Coil chipped in a half quarters, we mea- That’s something we can Shutt said. “That was a 10 points and 10 boards. sured up.” learn from. I told them Down the stretch, Lib- to remember this feeling erty took the air out of now, so it doesn’t happen the ball and got a few two months from now The 2012 NFL Campaign appears to be the back-door layups by when it matters most. season of the rookie quarterback - Andrew DeLeon to pull out the “At this point, we’ve Luck in Indianapolis, Robert Griffin III in win. seen everything in the Washington, Russel Wilson in Seattle, Ryan “We beat a good book teams are going to Tannehill in Miami, even Brandon Wheedon team. They’re a good throw at us,” Lindeman in Cleveland - who came out of the gate with a flourish. But they’re all chasing the marks team,”coach Nossaman added. “We practiced set by Peyton Manning with the Colts in 1998, said. “Jim does a great job it, even executed it in when he took every snap from the center and with these guys. They’ve games in other situations. set rookie records for most attempts (575), most got some nice players. We Tonight, we didn’t. There completions (326), Most yards (3,739 - broken by were very fortunate to are things we could’ve Cam Newton’s 4,051 with Carolina in 2011) and most touchdowns (26). get the lead and the ball. controlled and the guys No matter how good they are, NFL rookies are routinely humbled by veterans. Take When we get the lead know it. That’s why it the case of first year Bears players Shea McClellin and Aston Whiteside, who were and the ball, we’re a lot hurts more.” handed the bill for a dinner among teammates at a fancy Chicago steak house early in better off. It helps havArnold’s 23 points the 2012 season. The total - a mere $38,091.91. After several minutes of panic in which ing the point guard living paced a quartet of they nearly regurgitated their dinners, the rookies were told by veteran Israel Idonije under my roof.” Knights in double figures. that the bill was a joke. Then gave them the real bill - for only about $10,000. The Minnesota Timberwolves have hovered near the bottom of the NBA for several Lindeman, whose team Snyder finished with 11. dropped to 5-1 on the Neer and Brock Macau- seasons, but entering the 2011-12 campaign they had one significant bright spot in Kevin Love, who had posted a double-double (points and rebounds) in 87.5 % of the season with the loss, lay added 10 apiece. games in which he played over the previous two seasons. The only other player to said he hopes his players The Patriots, 5-1, also register double-doubles at that pace over two straight seasons in the last 25 years remember how this feels. had four in double fig- was Kevin Garnett in 2003-04 - coincidentally, also for the Timberwolves. “They’re angry. That was ures. Alex Radkiewicz I bet you didn’t know... a great basketball game led the way with 19 IT’S THE RIGHT TIME TO BUy DURING THE “yEAR END BLOWOUT” AT SPURGEON CHEVROLET IN WOOSTER. with two good teams,” points. Nossaman added he said. “For three-and- 18. 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WANTED: TRUCKER to haul hay from Pennsylvania to Holmes Co. Phone (888) 790-1473. DRIVERS: $2,500 Sign-On Bonus! Dedicated Account! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109 DRIVERS: CDL-A. Dedicated Run from Massillon! 53' Vans, No Touch. Home 3-4 nights/week. Earn $775+/Week! 800-609-0033


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


Antiques Collectibles


2120839 Ad for N Ohio – 1.75 x 2” bw

tracks, forks & bucket. $18./ hr. Call (330) 897-1222 ext 3. POPCORN PROFITEER Machine on 4 wheel popcorn wagon. Propane popper will make 280 servings per hour. Bags, accessories, battery, popcorn; is all ready to go. $1,750 OBO. Holland Legacy Grill, stainless steel top of the line model. $250 Millersburg 330-473-7647

CHICKEN HOUSE Equipment Dispera l , Metal Feeders, Waterline, & More. Call for more information. (330) 893-2585†x2

Appliances Electronics s

BUILT-IN convection double oven, exc. cond., $300. (330) 359-0125

KITCHEN AID mixer, 10-spd, like new, $150. 330-893-3775, X2.

GE ELECTRIC range, 4 burner, white, good cond. $150. (330) 674-1203.


NO WASTE HAY FEEDERS DEC. S p e c i a l - Welded square tubing, 2 end gates, wood or metal skids, 8x10-$1100, 8x14-$1300. Covers available for roof. (330) 852-0519 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

Computers 3 POINT 6' tractor blade, older medium paid

Construction Equipment

20 PLASTIC 2X4X12 sidewalk forms & cams. Good shape. $600. (330) 674-1203. '05 JD 650J LT w/winch and screens $65,000. '04 JD 650H LGP only 2600 hrs $40,000. '06 Case 850K dozer 1600 hrs. $64,500. '04 Case 850K dozer, dab, 5300 hrs $35,000. '04 Allied winch for Case 850K $15,750. JD550H Dozer $30,000. '97 JD450G LC-IV Dozer $22,500 '92 JD 650G w/winch, arch, screens $35,000. '95 Cat D4H-II Dozer 1400 Hrs on complete rebuild $30,000. JD 850B w/winch $26,000. Cat D4D Dozer $15,000. '06 Komatsu PC2100LC-8 $74,000. '10 JD35D Excavator $32,000. '06 Yanmar VIO35 Mini Hoe $18,500. '04 Yanmar VIO35 Mini Hoe, w/hyd thumb $20,000. '04 Yanmar VIO35 Mini Hoe, $14,000. Ford A62 Wheel Loader $8,500. '07 JD605C Crawler Loader w/forks $55,000. JD 555G Crawler Loader, Rebuilt Trans. $21,000. '89 JD455G Crawler Loader Cab, Tooth Bucket $19,500. Case 455C Loader $17,500. '90 Cat 953 Loader cab, heat, air $17,000. '97 Case 580SL 4x4 cab, extendahoe, 4-in-1 bucket $22,500. JCB 214S Grademaster 4x4 Loader Landscaper $14,750. Case 450 Loader $5000. '03 JD 648G-III Grapple Skidder $55,000. '94 JD 648E Skidder $24,500. '95 JD 548E Skidder $24,500. '96 Franklin 170 Grapple Skidder, new rear tires $18,500. JD 640 Skidder $17,000. (2) JD 440C Skidder $16,000 to $22,000 each. '97

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duty, slides, rotates & tilts, ideal for grading driveways & snow. $250. Phone (330) 852-2466. IH FARMALL 300, good rubber, excellent tin, needs work on battery system, $1750/obo. 877-396-6282 2010 MF diesel tractor, 74-hp, 4x4, 800 hours, very good condition. (330) 231-6196 FOR SALE: Gehl 55 Grinder Mixer, $1,200. Gravity Wagon w/Steel Wheels, $600, John Miller (740) 622-1109 FOR SALE: 2 Bucket Milker Complete. 40lb. $300 each or both for $550. Also 60 lb Bucket only. John Miller (740) 622-1109 KABOTA TRACTOR, BX2200, 4WD, 22 HP, 1292 hours, $3500. Also 26" Toro snow blower, model 7260E Power Max, 2011 model, used very little., $899. Sulky with platform, $550. (330) 674-4426. FOR SALE. 530 Hesston round baler, $4500. (330) 567-2249. POWER UNIT, 35HP, Vanguard w/clutch, 4 Hyd outlets, In Good Condition. 35HP John Deere Diesel w/Clutch. In very good Condition. 1250 Hrs. $4000 each. (330) 567-9009 WANTED: NH 352-353 Feed Grinder in Good Working Condition. Allen Miller, Baltic 330-897-0349 FOR SALE: John Deere belt corn sheller. Also, Jonsered gas Skil saw. Melvin Miller, V.M. 330-893-3474 SIDE SLINGER manure spreader, 1000 gal., $2500. obo. (330) 674-7440 ext 1.

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FOR SALE: Case International 5220 tractor, 115 HP, 6800 hours. Good rubber on tires. $17,900. (330) 893-3299.

1ST CUTTING round bales, nice horse hay. $270./ ton. Will deliver. (740) 552-1722.

500 GAL Mueller Bulk Tank, Cooling Unit, 3 Delaval Milker Units, 1 Bucket. David Brown 1200 Tractor. Allen Miller (330) 567-2249

SEMI LOAD, (approx 600 bales) First cutting horse hay. $7.00/bale. Free delivery in Holmes County. (330) 472-2613.

JOHN DEERE #33 PTO manue spreader, 135 bushel, single beater, good cond. $1500.00. (330) 698-1778. 300 GAL Mueller Bulk Tank, like new. Surge Vacuum Pump, Good Condition. Pioneer Forecart w/Brakes. JL Round Hay Feeder. (330) 852-1703 FOUR 5 ft horse mowers with dually wheels, two 2 speed Ohio mowers, One #5 Case mower. Working condition to A1 condition. Priced to sell. Lois Webb, 5621 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 330-473-8232 or 330-674-6662. FOR RENT - Bobcat T300 skid loader, $25/hr.; Bobcat Mini Hoe, $22/hr. (330) 231-6196 FOR SALE: New Idea 14-A Manure Spreader, New traction tires, Composite floor, Excellent Condition. $895. 330-763-4660 FOR SALE: Oil Free Vacuum Pump for milking. Also 400 Gal Sunset Bulk Tank (330) 359-0752 FORD 9N, Runs great, nice paint, 85% tread. $2,750. (330) 852-0109 WANTED: GRAVITY Wagon, any condition. Does not need running gears. (330) 695-9963 VM 2004 MCCORMICK CX85 Tractor, Same as Case IH, Platform, Perkins 85HP Engine, 24 Spd Power shift, 260 Hrs. Like New. $25,200 Call Joe (330) 852-3029 6 POLY Calf Hutches, Fork for Skid Loader. 330-674-0305 Ext 2. FORD 3415 Tractor, 1100 hours, 48HP, $7,000. (330) 473-5964

CLEVELAND DORNBACK Hot Air Furnace, no electric. $400 330-893-7009

HP LAPTOP COMPUTER, $600...sell for $350. (330) 674-1758


Farm Equipment

HOLMES COUNTY Antique Festival Lamps, Opera House, Holmes County Home, Pomerene Hospital, only 50 of each made. (330) 231-2515


4136 Kidron Road Kidron, OH 44636 (330) 857-9988


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

HIGH EFFICIENCY natural gas furnace, Rheem Classic 90 Plus, good condition, $650/ obo. (330) 279-2041.

Financial services rooted in faith and values

and log arch. $31/Hour. Eli Weaver 7841 CR 373 Big Prairie, Ohio 44611

FOR SALE: Antique wood burning wash stove, 2 burner, 6 inch stove pipe, model 288C. New Home. $300.00. 740-502-7451.


AMISH CREW needed. Framing, siding, roofing, block and brick. With or Without driver. Call Diane (216) 254-3527

FOR RENT: Case 1150 E Dozer with log Arch. Ready for the Woods. Andy Miller 13590 TR 472, Lakeville, OH 44638

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

30" MAGIC CHEF kitchen stove, $75. (330) 674-4426

105 General

Timberjack 460 Skidder dual arch grapple $40,000. Hamm Smooth Drum Roller $17,500. Case 602 Vibromax Pad Foot Roller $14,500. '00 Genie Lift Z60/34 articulated boom $22,500. '94 Moxy MT30S-3 6x6 Off Road Dump $14,500. '71 Cat 613 Self Loading Scraper, 3208 cat engine. $8,500. Lots of misc. forks and buckets. Call Firman 330-464-1428 OR 330-567-3886

195 Services FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel

GREENHOUSE, 20 ft x 60 ft, hoop style, includes ventilation fan system, natural gas heater, wire mesh tables & misc. supplies. $2500. Call (330) 204-7366.

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

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Child Care FOR RENT: D5C Cat Dozer with Winch

RESPONSIBLE TEEN will babysit in your home. 10 miles radius from Nashville. Call Rachel at 330-378-5121.

Business Opportunity

200,000 HARD MAPLE wooden shapes in 115 different profiles - great small business opportunity. Shapes are cut to 3/8 & 3/4 inches, & tumbled & ready for painting. Bins included. For more information, call (330) 231-2696.

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FOR SALE: Hay wagon 8'x16' Bed, Very good condition. $800 Nathan Mast (330) 852-4925 NEW MANURE bucket, 66" for Uniloader. Call (330) 695-6793 FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127.


Horses Livestock

YEARLING BLACK Perchion Morgan Filly $650, Yearling Saddlebred Paint Cross, Sorrel with Strip and one white hind sock. $350. (330) 897-4006 10 REGISTERED Jersey Heifers, 8-10 month old, (330) 567-0081

WESTERN Alfalfa, high quality, 1000# square bales-$250/each. Will load. 330-231-7500

7 YR old Black Gelding. TSS. Dbl. Gaited. Boys or family horse. (330) 674-0621†x1

3X3X8 BALES, 1st cutting hay, Timothy, Orchard Grass mix. Horse, dry cow quality. $275/Ton. 330-698-0514 Ext 2

FOR SALE: 3 yr Old Bay Morgan Mare. Broke, TSS, $750. U.J.P 5865 CR 58, Millersburg OH 44654

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

6 YR old Dutch Harness Cross G e l d i n g , Black, Star, TSS, Women can drive. Andy Raber (330) 893-0303 FOR SALE: 8 year old Surrey Mare,


Firewood Fuel Safe for Woman, TSS, 5 Year old Gelding, slow, safe for women. Ken Troyer (330) 600-1519

FOR SALE: Wood/coal furnace, natural gas insert. Water pan for humidity. Exc. cond. $675. John Bush, (419) 994-5156

6 YR. Old white and brown Pony. Broke to ride, $300. 9080 S. Carr Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627

WOOD BURNER, model 28-3500. Manufactured by: England Stove Works, $300. Small oxygen tank in carrying case, $50. (330) 897-1459.

CONRAD KAUFMAN Horseshoeing. Now accepting new customers for barn calls. (330) 893-4546.

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

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

FOR SALE: Partly seasoned split firewood. $40/Rick, Slabwood $15/Bundle. Mullet Run Lumber, 5474 TR 117, (8 mi S of Millersburg) (330) 893-4085

FOR SALE. Black and white weanling miniature pony filly, $100. Vernon Yoder, 6135 TR 362, Millersburg, OH 44654.

SPLIT AND Round Seasoned Firew o o d . GB Yoder 3-1/2 mi SW New Bedford on SR 643. $50 pickup load. FIREWOOD. Seasoned hardwood and split. $30-$60. pickup load. Robert M Raber, 8218 TR 568, Fredericksburg. Delivery available. (330) 279-9083, VM. FOR SALE: Firewood, season cut split hardwood, near Big Prairie, $140/cord. You haul, delivery available. 330-231-3980 FOR SALE: Seasoned firewood, $50 per pickup load. Can deliver. 330-897-1306. 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.

8 YEAR old Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, Surrey Size, Women can drive, 330-275-2504 after 3pm or Saturdays. TRAIL HORSES, well broke, western ranch bred, starting at $1000. 330-231-7500 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 PONY FOR Christmas! 5 month old dark brown and white. 9 yr old girl has handled her a lot. Mother is 51". $300 (330) 567-9348 BIG 9 year old Standard Gelding. TSS. Something for older people. Jonas Miller 3374 E Moreland Rd, Fredericksburg OH 44627

YR old Hackeny Standard Bred Cross, Farm Products Produce SPLIT SEASONED firewood for sale. 3Mare, Bay with 3 white socks and stripe.

2011 TIMOTHY Alfalfa 1st Cutting, 5x6 1200# $100/Bale. Also 2nd and 3rd Cutting 4x4 Bales. 330-359-5730 FOR SALE: 24 Ton Organic Ear Corn. $430/ton. (330) 567-0088 Albert Lea Seed - Organic, Non-GMO. Save by pooling orders and early discounts. Try our red clover and hulless oats. Cloverland Ag Service 330-231-4484

Near Welcome, west of Millersburg. $50. pick up load. (330) 231-3350. FOR SALE: Seasoned Firewood. $55 a p/u load. $180 Trailer load. Delivery Available. (330) 674-2002

FIREWOOD KILN DRIED cut offs, $45 per full-sz. pickup load. Call Yoder Lumber, Berlin, 330-893-3121.

2ND CUTTING hay, mostly orchard grass, large round bales, (330) 893-2198.

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

MAPLE SUGARING supplies: 3 gal. sap bags, 35¢ while supplies lasts. Weaver Maple, 8183 TR 611, Fredericksburg, 44627.

SEASONED FIREWOOD, round & spit hardwood, $55./ pickup load. Roy Miller, (330) 567-2477, VM.

STRAW FOR Sale, Small square bales, and a few 4x4 round bales. Call 330-844-3516


3RD CUTTING large square bales alfalpha. Horses or dairy hay, good quality. Testing 22 protein, 175 feeding value. $385. ton, will deliver. (740) 552-1722. LARGE SQUARE alfalfa & straw bales for sale. Will deliver. (573) 823-0258. 1ST CUTTING small square mixed hay, $5.75 each. Will deliver. Phone (740) 552-1722. NICE SOFT Second Cutting Grass Hay, $7.00/bale (330) 472-2613. WHEAT STRAW, $4.50/bale. Free delivery in Holmes County. 330-231-3592.

5 YEAR old standard bred gelding, safe for older people, well mannered. John Zook, 10309 Speelman Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

SPLIT AND seasoned firewood for sale. (330) 674-1945.

FOR SALE: 1 yr. old laying hens, $3.00/each. (330) 852-0102

1ST CUTTING HAY, 4x5 round bales, mediocre horse hay / beef hay, $250/ton. (330) 852-2466.

Green broke to drive. (330) 674-7434

FOR SALE: Standard Bred Horses. We just got a load of fresh horses from harp drivers. Loran Schlabach (330) 852-3096 8 YR OLD Mare, Sire is King Konch, Dam is Balance Image, Nice Family Horse, A couple Geldings, that drive nice. Marcus Schlabach, 330-852-1979 8 YR. OLD BLACK gelding 100% trot traffic safe and sound, drives nice, 16.1 H.H. Henry Stutzman, 27825 SR 643, Fresno, OH 43824. 5 YEAR old standard bred mare. TSS up

Horses Livestock headed. Boys horse, mostly trot, $1800.

BAY STANDARD Bred Weanling Filly, $100 OBO. (330) 763-4669 6 YR old Toronto Arnies Exchange gelding, safe for women. Also 4 yr old DHH standard bred cross gelding, needs work. (330) 893-9976. FOR SALE: 5 yr Black Gelding, Big enough for Surrey. Also other horses on hand. Loran Schlabach (330) 852-3096 HORSEMAN Position avail. Windy Hill Farms has an opportunity for a full or part-time exp'd horseman. Instruction and housing available. 330-231-7500 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.


Jersey Family Cow for Sale. Linde Semen Tank. Samuel M. Yoder, 2386 CR 200, Dundee. (888) 790-1473 / VM FOR SALE: 2 yr. Quarter horse stud. Sorrel with blaze. Very tame and easy to handle. 330-279-9290 ext. 3 7 YR. Registered Morgan Mare. T.S.S. broke, single & double. Anybody can dirve. Davis Hershberger, 8205 TR 654, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 6 YEAR old Standard Bred Gelding. Boys horse, TSS, Nice, Needs work. Leave message (330) 893-0038 FOR SALE: 5 years old gelding, TSS, big enough for surrey. Women can drive. 10686 James Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627. (330) 621-4982.

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Hunting Fishing 280

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.

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

4 YEAR old Gelding Trotter, 16.1. Been in Surrey, TSS, Broke for women. Marcus Mullet (330) 852-2826


FOR SALE: 6 yr old Gelding. TSS, Women can drive. John Mast 4117 Buss Rd (330) 698-0328

24 IN. WALK BEHIND brush mower with 7.5 hrs. Vanguard $350. Bio100 BCS chipper shredder, $950. 740-622-0147

CUSTOM SADDLES new & used, made in USA. Cowboy & barrel. Starting at $450. Call 330-231-7500

FOR SALE: 5 year old Sorrel Morgan, Saddle bred Cross, broke to ride, $550 Ervin Troyer, (330) 893-7075

FOR SALE: 3 yr. old black standard bred mare. Traffic safe, sound, women can drive. Big enough for surrey. Mostly trot. $1,800. Norman Yoder, 4454 CR 229, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

FOR SALE: 15 yr old Red Soro Belgian Gelding, Broke the best. $950. Aaron Coblentz (330) 852-2047

2011 SCAG Tigercat 61" Zero Turn Mower, rops, 27HP Kohler Engine, like new with only 280 Hours. December special $6,150. Call Joe @ (330) 852-3029

4 YR OLD Mare, Trots, Started in the buggy. Fresh Horse. $1,500 OBO (330) 264-2647 3 YEAR old Gelding Surrey Size S o r r e l . 4 whites and strip. 1/2 Dutch-1/2 Standard bred. Broke. $2500 330-897-0092 FOR SALE: Heifer Calves, (330) 359-0752 FOR SALE: 6 yr old Black Crossbred Gelding, Buggy size & sound. $900 (330) 674-2922. Aden Troyer, 5512 CR 407, Millersburg OH 44654

6 YEARS old standard bred mare, TSS, been in buggy. Boy's horse. John Miller, (330) 695-2517.

FOR SALE: 6 yr old Standard Bred Gelding. In buggy one year. Surrey size. Eli E. Miller, 12377 Saltcreek Rd. Fredericksburg OH 44627


3 YR OLD Standard Bred Morgan C r o s s Dark Chestnut with 3 white socks and snip. Broke to drive single and double. Will also ride. (330) 852-4738 NEW C-MOR Easy Entry Cart, Maroon with clear finished shaft, Also in good condition C-More Easy Entry Cart. (330) 852-2826 BLUE YAMAHA Blaster 4-Wheeler. Good Condition $1200. Helmet included. Contact aft 4pm. (330) 556-9991 8 YEAR old brown gelding, TSS, something for older people. (330) 359-5940.

TWO MAUVE Queen Anne Chairs, Excellent Condition $75 each. (330) 897-0547 FOR SALE: In very good Condition, Living Room set that includes: Sofa, Recliner, Love Seat, & Braided Rug. Blue & Tan. $1,100 OBO. Call after 4:30pm. (330) 464-2705 CHINA GLASS display cupboard, solid oak, nice, $350. (330) 695-9961. DOUBLE FIBERGLASS TUBS on legs with mixing faucets. Abe Raber, 5150 CR 229, Fredericksburg, 44627. (330) 695-6793.

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: 4 yr old Donkey Jack, (330) 893-3673

SOLID OAK night stand & Bureau (330) 763-1310

MORGAN GELDING, 10 yrs old, Fancy driving horse, Single & Double. $1500. 330-231-7500


9 YEARS old sharp standard bred gelding. Trotter, TSS, nice driver. Ready for miles. $1900. Ruben Schlabach, 5028 TR 351, Millersburg. (330) 674-7517.

WANTED 210 Savage slug gun. Any condition. Call 330-263-0421 leave message with price.

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.

REMINGTON 1100 12ga Black stock rifled barrel w/scope. $400 (330) 205-0383

FOR SALE: 6 yr Registered Quarter Horse Buckskin. Broke to ride, Rides with pressure points, Quick on her feet. Sire is Jaz-Poco Corona. $1,750. 8 month old Colt, black & white, dutch harness, paint cross. Lots of trot $1,000. (330) 317-7523 NEED A service bull? Black Angus to run with your herd till May or June. (330) 897-1459. 4 Yr. old gelding, Cash Hall, strong surrey horse; Also, 3 yr. gelding, Mutiheer, nice family horse-both fresh. David Miller, 4691 TR 613, Fredericksburg, N. Mt. Hope. 4 YEAR old Gelding, All Trot, TSS, Sharp Boys Horse. (330) 695-9911†x2 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.

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


Miscellaneous Merch.

Household Furnishings TOP HACK, good condition, hydraulic or

NOTICE: WILL re-upholster used couches, loveseats, rockers, hassocks, etc. Also boat seat cushions. Will make new cushions for outdoor furniture. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, 44654. VM, (330) 674-1300.

FOR SALE: 6 YR. OLD brown standard bred gelding, big surrey horse, women can drive, nice family horse, traffic safe. (330) 893-3720

Lawn & Garden

block brakes, vinyl cover on stock rack, $1250. 877-396-6282 16 FT tandem flat bed trailer, good cond. Also 30,000 BTU vented gas heater. Henry Yoder, (330) 674-0862. BOYS BUGGY, Fiberglass Shaft, Steel Wheels, Fair Condition. $1200. Medium Size Pony Harness, exc condition. $75 (330) 567-2233 SPACE HEATER, kerosene, 65,000 BTU. $75.00. (330) 279-2378 ext 3.

FOR SALE: Dornback 120,000BTU Natural Gas Furnace, Good Condition. $500 Aaron Coblentz. (330) 852-2047 FOR SALE: Small Hipzer Wood Stove, $250. John Miller (740) 622-1109 8 FT METAL construction truck cap. Tool boxes on both sides, $300. obo. 330-674-4964. PERFORMANCE SERIES weight bench for sale. 150 pound weights plus 2 dumb bells, $100 OBO. 330-674-0730 KNOTTY PINE siding, 925' 1x8. 5PIP-Tap, .30¢ per ft. 330-852-2865

Miscellaneous Merch. 280

UNIVERSAL #32 Meat Grinder, 5HP Briggs & Stratton w/reduction gear. Both for $275. 330-473-8723

REMINGTON 870 Magnum, 12 gauge, good cond. Savage 222 with scope. Marlin 22 mag with scope. Mose Troyer, (330) 852-7017. FOR SALE: Hoyt compound bow, used 1 1/2 years, $450. (330) 695-9304.

NOTICE Will mount deer antlers on boards for $35; Also, Europeon mounts - $50. Jonathan Weaver - (330) 674-0073 THOMPSON CENTER encore muzzle loader with scope, good cond. $600. (330) 359-5304. CVA BUCKHORN 50 Cal. Light Gun, $120 OBO CVA Firebolt 50 Cal. SS Barrel, Camo Stock, 3x9 Scope, $350 OBO Excellent Condition. (330) 674-5718 DEER HUNTERS Corn, Ear corn, 40lb bag $6, Shelled corn, 50lb bag $10, Raymond Raber (330) 897-0130

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

ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 40# bag for $6.00. No Sunday Sales. Eli A Yoder, 4484 TR 371, Millersburg. (330) 893-2037.

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

HORTON LEGEND SL crossbow, good shape. With scope. $300. (330) 674-1203

2 YEARS old white pony, 54", green broke, $600. (330) 893-7001.

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

6 PIECES, 6" x 30" insulated stove pipe,. $200. 110,000 BTU propane space heater, $125. (330) 897-6602 leave msg. 12-ft. split telephone poles for deer fence, $9/each. Michael Miller, 17559 Harrison Rd., Navarre, OH. (1 mi. E. of Mt. Eaton) FOR SALE: Chicken House on 2 w h e e l s , made by Little Cottage Co, Like new, used one Summer, Holds 4 chicken. $275 (330) 695-9304 VM. CORN HOLE BAGS: $12/set of 8 bags...5 sets or more, $10/set of 8 bags. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg. 330-893-7421. FOR SALE: TWO HEATING STOVES Large D&S Hardcoal basement stove $500/obo; Also, large Hitzer stove $100. Andy Weaver, 4881 CR 207, Millersburg, OH 44654 3000 WATT Yamaha Inverter generator, runs good, uses some oil, $750. 15,000 BTU propane wall heater, GC, $100. obo. Amos Schlabach, (330) 674-9451†x2


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FOR SALE: Bakery equipment. Jacob Weaver, 10559 Salt Creek Rd., Fredricksburg, OH 44627 ENTERPRISE SAUSAGE stuffer No. 35, good condition, complete with lard basket, $175. Marty Schlabach, 78930 TR 567, Holmesville, OH 44633. Phone (330) 279-2378 ext 3. FOR SALE: Raleigh 2011Model, Full Carbon Frame Racing Bicycle, Carbon Black & Green. 330-275-6360 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

Miscellaneous Merch.

Maple Syrup EZ RO Reverse Osmosis

STAINLESS STEEL metalbestos chimney, double wall, 8" 7-2 ft 5 in pcs, and one tee, $425.00. Marty Schbach, 7930 TR 567, Holmesville, 4633. (330) 279-2378 ext 3.

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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.

BUGGY ROBES, 60"x72", $40. Wind/ water proof, misc. colors on black. Also with oil cloth, $35. (330) 359-0290 ext. 5.

FOR SALE: Weight bench, wedding dress size 18, massager mat with heat, jewelry armoire, Dell computer. (330) 763-0927.

FOR SALE: 45 in. by 11 ft. Shuffle board with accessories, $150. Albert E. Yoder, 330-897-2037

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 UNVENTED EMPIRE Natural Gas Wall Heater, 18,000BTU, Very Good Condition. $200 (330) 674-6743 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 LADIES SIZE 8 Bogs Boots. New. Great gift for winter, $50.00. Call (330) 231-1467. 20,000 BTU Empire Natural Gas Vent free wall mount heater.$75.00 Eli W e a v e r 7841 CR 373 Big Prairie, Ohio 44611 GOLDEN



Hunting Fishing NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Scooter, Candy Apple Red, Large seat, Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060.

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6500 WATT Yamaha generator. Like new, manual included, $600. Singer Treadle sewing machine in stand, with button hole maker, $250. Works good. Becks, 330-893-9304 DOUBLE SIEVE honey pail, capping comb, pierco frames, waxed cardboard nucs, hive tools, bee suit XL, fume board, escape board, slatted rack, 1/2 gallon jugs, etc. Grazing barrel water tanks with jobe valve, 1" plastic pipe coil, pipe fittings, clamps, compression fittings, moveable fence. Come & see, make an offer. 6523 TR 346 Millersburg 330-473-7647 FOR SALE. Water softener, non-electric. $125. Paul Schlabach, (330) 674-2680. FOR SALE: Surrey with Rubber Tires, sliding doors, brakes and lights. In good condition. $2000 (330) 674-0608 FOR SALE: Like New Wall-Hugger Recliner, $250 OBO. 330-231-2832 1 HORSE Manure Spreader, in good condition, $600 (330) 897-1038

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 31, 2012 10:00 AM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools Antiques/Collectibles: 10 pre-carnival glass water sets from late 1800’s; 25+ pieces of Millersburg Carnival glass including: in amethyst primrose, fleur-de-lis collar based bowl, grape wreath, holly whirl card tray, peacock at urn bowl. In marigold- grape wreath, blackberry. In green nesting swan, holly whirl plus Fenton and Northwood pieces. cast iron claw foot tub; Longaberger basket; 40 knives, some Case; 1908 White Mountain vinegar bottle; early wooden bed-head and foot board; metal pedal fire truck; wardrobe trunk; 3 tier Fenton candy dish; wooden signs; 1950’s row scooter; green dot scope; 2 muzzle loaders- one with scope; crossbow; country style wooden cradle; old Western Flyer tricycle Household/Furniture; oak queen bed frame; two ¾ beds; rocker; chair; wicker glass top table; 12 gun cabinet; dressers; sofa; end tables Tools: Craftsman 5.5 wet/dry vac; engine cherry picker; Craftsman saw stand; engine stand; floor jack; propane heater; copper cow sprayer Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00 pm Friday, December 28. 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 Holiday Schedule: New Year’s Week Regular Auction December 31 Special time: auction begins 10:00 am Regular Wednesday receiving hours


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

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FOR SALE: Kiln Dried Lumber, 4/4 Prime PA. R.O. $1.45. 4/4 Prime Brown Maple $1.25. 4/4 1-COM Brown Maple .85¢. 4/4 Prime Hickory $1.30. 4/4 Rustic Hickory .95¢. 4/4 Prime Pop. $1. 4/4 Prime Cherry $1.40. 4/4 Sap Cherry $1.25. 4/4 Rustic Cherry .95¢. 4/4 Sassafrass 1 & Bet. .85¢. 4/4 Walnut, (millrun) .95¢. Mullet Run Lumber, 5474 TR 117, Baltic. (8 mi South of Millersburg.) (330) 893-4085

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. FOR SALE: Top Buggy LED lights, brakes, storm front, good condition, $1200. (330) 897-1459. FOR SALE: DS20 Standby generator with Isuzu 4LE diesel engine, 5100 hours. Jacob Weaver, 10559 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

Miscellaneous Merch. 300

RODENT BLASTER uses mixture of propane and oxygen to humanely dispose of burrowing pests such as groundhogs, rats, ground squirrels, etc. No traps, poison, etc. Unit is card mounted and will easily fit into truck bed. Can be pulled by ATV or lawn mower. Good pest control business possible. $1,250. Millersburg 330-473-7647

290 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.

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ATTENTION DOG BREEDERS: Annual Christmas banquet, Jan. 10, 6 p.m. at Jonas N Yoder's, 4596 TR 156, Millersburg, near Charm. Call Freeman Raber, 330-893-9140 for reservations. Donations will be accepted. APRICOT & Cream Cockapoo puppies, will be ready for Christmas, shots & wormed, $250. Also standard poodle female, 3 years old, $150. (740) 824-4361.

Musical Instruments KENNEL SELLOUT 3 Parti Yorkies - 1

37 KEY keyboard works fine, $10. Guitar/Case, $60. Strings, $9. Strings/Guitar, $65. All $75. 307-321-8153


Pets Supplies

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. 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

ENGLISH BULLDOGS, AKC, full registration, up to date with shots. Have a puppy under your Christmas tree! $1500 (330) 359-5143

For Sale: 16H, 6 yr old Crossbred Gelding, Chestnut, 2 socks, strip, TSS, most anybody can drive $2,400. Jonas A Schlabach 31642 SR 643, Fresno, OH 43824. 330-897-7706 x3

FOR SALE: Cute Puggle puppies. Ready for Christmas gifts. Born 11-1-12. Asking $50. Call 330-674-4999 ext. 1.

FOR SALE: 6 wk. Terrier puppies. 2 females, shots and wormed, $50. Willis Yoder, 330-359-0329

PUG BREED Sell Out! Four Young Females and One Male, $250 each. (330) 897-1038

AKC GERMAN Shepherd Male, 2 yrs old. Liver & Tan, Big Body Dog. $175 Roy Hershberger (740) 295-0791

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FOR SALE: Christmas puppies, 6 AKC Yorkies, parents are 4 lbs, very cute, ready by Christmas. 330-893-3988 SHELTIE PUPS AKC, sable & white, very cute! Shots & wormed, M-$350, F-$400. Ready to go Dec. 20th. 330-893-9512 x 3. Andy. KENNEL REDUCTION - 5 Yorkie females, 2 Maltese females, 1 Yorkie male, some females are bred. Work Phone: (330) 897-8650 10072306

5 YR old Red Pom male, Proven, 4-1/2 yr old Chihuahua, male, Chocolate with white markings, proven. 5 yr old White Poodle Cross, female. Red Dashund, male, proven. Ivan Yoder (330) 897-0128

FOR SALE: 2 Beagle females bred to English Bulldog. (330) 567-3377

8X12 KENNEL with four 3x4 inside runs, four 3x10 outside runs, $1200. Also 4 inside & outside wire cages, $200. Call (330) 893-9190.

FOR SALE: Brindle 3/4 bull dog, 1/4 boxer, 1 3/4yr old female, $700. 330-275-2407.

BLACK & WHITE AKC Shih-Tzu male puppy. 8 lb mother. Ready by Christmas week. 330-852-4283 VM for Neva.

GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies, 8 weeks old. (330) 674-1885.

6 MONTHS OLD Jack Russell Terrier mix female, $50. (330) 893-0912.

KENNEL REDUCTION, AKC German Shepherds, 2- Adult Females. 1 - Male, 6 month old. 3- Young Females. Henry Wengerd. (740) 295-0914

FOR SALE: 8 month old part Border Collie, would make nice farm dog with little training. Very energetic. 330-275-6079.

YOUR PERFECT Christmas gift. A pair of parakeets along with a nice big cage. Please call (330) 852-2263 for more information. MOUNTAIN CUR/ Airedale cross puppies, wormed & shots. $100, males; $125, females. 330-897-3900 after 5 pm. FOR SALE: 3 year old Female AKC Beagle Pug cross. $100 (330) 674-2500 8 WKS old Terrier Blue Heeler Cross Pups, $10 each. (330) 852-1703 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.

CUR/COONHOUND YOUNG Female, smart, sweet & beautiful. Would make great Christmas Gift for the young hunter on your list. (330) 496-3143

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

BLACK LAB Puppies, 1st shots & wormed. Born 11/7/12. $275. OBO (330) 359-0147

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AKC BICHON Small male, vet check, shots, & ready to go. $350 (330) 359-5143

FOR SALE: 7 month old puppies, Beagle/ Bull dog cross. (330) 567-3377

Millersburg Office

FOR SALE: (2) Beagle females, $50/each. 8335 TR 652, Millersburg, OH. 44654.

Pets Supplies

WANTED: YOUNG Breeding age AKC Bernese Mountain male. Will consider puppy. 330-852-4807.

FOR SALE: 7 wk old Black Lab Female mix. Cute & Adorable, Ready for Christmas. (330) 231-7479

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

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LABRADOODLE FEMALE, tan, 6 yrs. old, $50. Phone (330) 897-1425 VM.

WANTED: BICHON Male, breeding age, need not be registered. (330) 674-2754

New Philadelphia Office

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

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1 ADULT Coton female, 1 adult Coton male. $150. each. (330) 897-6602. (330) 852-4111 BLACK 888-852-4111 LAB mix female, very friendly, 6 mo. $25. Adult female poodle, house trained. Great pet, $25. 18 mo. Chihuahua female $150. Aden Troyer, 11461 Saltcreek Rd, Fredericksburg 44627.

BLACK LAB/BORDER Collie Cross Puppies. Mother is very smart & friendly. $30 OBO. (330) 600-1502 FOR SALE: 7 wk. old Yorkie puppies, $300/each. In time for Christmas. Raymond Hershberger, 7739 CR 189, Holmesville, OH 330-279-3867

FOR SALE: 8 MO. old black & white Boxer female, nice markings, $1000. (330) 231-5484 FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier, male, tan/white, born 10/19/12, $100/obo. Jacob Mast - (330) 279-2486 GOLDEN DOODLES for Sale, young breeding age females, 1 breeding age male, Call Jason 330-231-9602

MALE BERNESE Mountain dog for stud service. $350. (330) 695-2153.

FOR SALE: 8 weeks old black & tan male Chihuahua puppy. (330) 897-2951.

ADORABLE 8 week old Goldendoodle pups, M & F, Vet checked, health guaranteed, light goldens to dark tans. Sweet loving temperaments, perfect family dog. (740) 545-5047.

BEABULL, 3/4 BULLDOG & 1/4 Beagle, 8 wks old, 4 female, 1 male, all colors. $450 (330) 674-4572

Norwegian ELKHOUND Puppies, AKC Registered, Make nice companions and hunting dogs. $200 (330) 897-7830 DOG KENNELS and cages for large breed and small breed. Different sizes and lengths. Whelping units made by Vinyl Tech. Plastic Feeders. Steven Hershberger, 5400 SR 557, Millersburg (330) 674-0509 AKC CHOCOLATE Lab Puppies, Shots & Wormed, ready to go December 20th. Male, $300 - Female $350 (330) 897-1056 DOXIE BREED Sell Out. 3m - 6yr old. 12 Female, 1 male. A.C.A. Registered. (330) 674-2754

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. YORKIE FEMALE puppy will be ready Dec. 24th, shots, wormed. $250. Call (330) 852-7094†x3. FOR SALE: UKC, PKC Black and Tan pups. 12 weeks old. Sired by Grntch Chenoweth’s Rebel. Sugarcreek, call 330-339-3282 or 330-440-8352. AKC YORKIE Puppies, 2 females, $475 1 Male, $350. Born 11-5-12. (330) 893-1916 VM FOR SALE: ACA Registered Cocker Spaniel Male, Chocolate, 1 year old. $150. Also, Black Poodle Male, $25. (330) 674-9900† x1 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







4259 boltz orChard rd, sugarCreeK Beautiful newer 2-story home w/ 5 bedrooms, 1st floor laundry, library & formal dining room. Radiant in floor heat in the 2 car garage & basement as well as geo-thermal heat. 20x50 detached shop/garage. All on 4 acres. Too much to list. $329,000 Curt Yoder 330-204-2447 d. anthony Kaufman 330-231-4211






2955 WiNKlepleCK rd NW, sugarCreeK Double wide home on one acre next to Willandale golf course $105,000 John hochstetler

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283 N. WashiNgtoN st, Millersburg Great 4 BR home with unique character, and lots of living space! Finished attic, first floor laundry, newer windows, large closets. $119,000 Krista raber 330-231-2230 susan Crilow 330-763-3734

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


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(2) POMERANIAN-Cocker Spaniel mix puppies, 1 male & 1 female, 12 wks. old. $75/each OBO. 330-852-4197 x1 FOR SALE: Boxer Mix pups, 6wks old, Males & Females, all colors. Great Christmas Gifts. $20 Abe Troyer, 8393 CR 235, Fredericksburg. (330) 473-0928 FOR SALE: (2) Bichon & Pekingese cross females; 1 Yorkie male; 1 Maltese female; 1 Australian Cattle Dog female. Need room - $30/each. (330) 897-4103, 2380 CR 114, Baltic, OH. 43804 4 YR old Male, Pomeranian Sable, $250 330-275-8706 FOR SALE: 1 yr old AKC Registered Boxer Female, Brindle, with white markings. $275 (330) 317-7523 FOR Sale: Rabbits; Bunnies; Rex, Mini Rex, Lion Heads, Dwarf. Ph. 330-674-1900 AKC REGISTERED 2 year old brindle boxer male with white markings, proven breeder, $125. Also fawn boxer male with white markings, born 8/13/12, $100. Mark Troyer, 330-464-2209.

WANTED: HOLSTEIN heifer calves, one week old, 90 lbs and up. (330) 852-9701 WANTED: GOOD Used Hickory Rocker. (330) 359-5297 WANTED: SMALL Wood Stove for a cabin. Call (330) 674-1694†x2 Leave a message. WANTED LARGER NATURAL gas refrigerator in good cond. (330) 897-1175. MINIATURE HORSE stallion, must have Arabian head, not over 34". Also AKC Schnauzer male. (740) 824-4361 BUYING ALL GUNS, pistols, rifles, shotguns & access. Private buyer. Woody 330-819-3274

CHRISTMAS FOX TERRIER puppies, shots & vaccinations. Call (330) 893-4548. GOLDEN RETRIEVER Female, 9 months old, up to date with shots, AKC. $475 (330) 359-5143

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FOR SALE: UKC Bluetick beagle male, 4 years old, hunts real good. Call Marvin Schmucker, (330) 852-3717.


3 MONTH old Registered German S h e p herd Puppies, 2 black, $500 ea. (330) 359-5760



HOME IN Country 3Br, 2Ba, Mlbg area, $600/month, Assist pets only, 330-284-3429

FOR SALE: Hitachi 12" sliding compound miter saw with laser & digital readout. Very good cond. $350. (330) 465-2293. RIDGID MODEL 300 pipe threader, quick release heads, 1/2 - 2 inch, with spoiler tub. (330) 231-1824. IVECO DIESEL 11,684 hr. Good cond. Hydraulic tank, hydraulic motor and pumps. 330-897-0014 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. 18V DEWALT 6-PIECE set. $300, Jigsaw Set $125, Drill and Impact Set $100, Impact Set $50. New Charger $15, 15 minute Charger $20, New Vehicle Charger $40. (330) 893-7515 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. FOR SALE: Auger drive unit for skid loader, used, $1500; Augers also avail. to fit bobcat. 330-359-0150 Mt. Eaton Trailer LLC. Evening calls OK.


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Vacation Rentals

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


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Holmesville, OH (330) 279-2345.

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

SAAB 1999, silver, Excellent on gas30+miles per gallon, 5-spd., needs handyman, $3,200.00. Call 330- 275-6998. TRI-AXEL EQUIPMENT Trailer, $900 Older Cat Forklift 3500lb $1600. 12 Ton Heavy Equipment Trailer $2000. (330) 276-5417 or (330)-276-9908


Auto Parts Accessories

SNOW TIRES: Firestone Winter Force 185-65-15. Used one season, $75. 330-749-5679 TIRES, SET of Four, Firestone Touring, P195/65R15 89T. Excellent Tread, $240 Firm. (330) 763-1954


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.


Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813 WILL CLEAR your fence rows, take out old fence. Have ambusher to clear multifloral rose & brush. Also will build new fence. 18 yrs exp. Call 330-359-6136.



Motorcycles ATVs WE BUY junk cars 262-9300

2000 POLARIS Trail Blazer, 250 cc, good cond. Runs exc. $800. 330-763-1475 after 4 pm.

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

Trucks SUVs C & S Transportation. 15 Pass. van.

2002 FORD Escape XLT 4x4, power windows, power locks, leather interior. Runs great,158,000 miles. Call (330) 231-7497. '92 Ford F-150, 4x4, runs good, trans good, new battery, fair condition, good work truck. $1500/negotiable. (419) 827-2162. 1978 CHEVY Silverado, quadcab, room for 8 people, with truck cap, 1 ton, dually, completely redone, 70,670 miles, trip to Florida & back in 2012, exc. cond. $3800. obo. (330) 262-8477.


Safe, dependable, courteous. Reasonable rates, 2 drivers. Small or Large groups. Steve 330-641-2245.


FOR SALE: Good used Mullet hard coal stove w/glass door, $600. Robert J. Hershberger, 6750 E. Moreland Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 1993 Olsen Propane furnace and some duct work. Good condition, $75. Aden Raber, 6800 SR 514, Big Prairie, OH 44611



2002 DODGE 15 pass. van. 194K. Very good cond. $4500 OBO. 330-601-4517 FOR SALE: 2002 Honda Odyssey, 163K Mi. Well maintained, $4,200. (330) 674-4237

Building Materials

Home Improvement

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



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

Fryburg Battery & Lights Mid state gas lights & accessories.

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Speed Changers


5959 TR 605 • Millersburg, Ohio Voice Mail: 330-674-1506 Open Mon. 8-7; Wed. & Fri. 8-5; Sat. 8-12; Evening by Chance; $150.00 Closed Tue., Thurs. & Sun. Bulb & Battery 1008976300

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




GORILLA PAINTING We can work within the parameter 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


Preservation Without Bone Damage. Shipping Available. Wayne and John Mark Miller, 6405 TR 413, Dundee, OH 44624. (330) 893-3571.


Taxi Limo Shuttle

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



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

Roofing & Spouting them without replacing the entire window. (330) 674-7556.

Standing Seam 1000015 AD12745979 72 sq. ft. $1 Class. Display - Standing Seam 330-763-1162

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MILLER ROOFING and construction. Call now to schedule your new roof. Metal, shingles, conklin and rubber roof. Call 330-231-6196.

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

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

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Batteries, deep cycle, starters & etc. Solar panels, LED bulbs & lights.

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: 4 qt kiln dried sassafras, $1.95 ft. Call (330) 359-5734, after 4 pm. MANUFACTURING & storage space for rent in Berlin, 3-phase & 120-V electric. Sections avail. starting at $500. (330) 231-5193.

Lawn & Gardening 1000

FOR SALE: Installation, 1" x 48" x 96"

$7.20. We can supply any thickAutomobiles EPS, ness. Quality Sips LTD, 8691 TR 561,


Duplex Rentals 540

FOR RENT: 2 BR apt., Shreve Village, upstairs, newly remodl'd, very clean, w/d, stove, refrig. incl'd. $420 +dep+utils. 330-466-6351

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

NEED TO rent 3BR place in Wooster schools. Please call 314-810-7017


Mobile Home For Sale

Building Materials 865

207 Doors & Windows

Wanted to Rent

FOR SALE: 91 Honda Prelude SI, 2.0, auto, 136K miles, brand new battery, asking $1500. (330) 464-7147.

FREE COCKERSPANIEL boxer cross puppies. Daniel J Miller, 5764 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. 330-231-1758 or 330-674-1859.

Tools Machinery


WANTED: HONDA motors, working or non working. Call (330) 473-8989

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. 330- 897-9045, M-Thurs., 8-4.

GOLDEN RETRIEVER puppies, AKC, shots & wormed, ready for Christmas Beautiful puppies! $395. 330-893-9414, or 330-600-2488/cell.

2 BR mobile home, 14 x 70. 7 miles West of Millersburg. $425/ mo. + dep. 330-674-1203.

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

JACK RUSSELL mixed puppies, 8 wks. old, shots, $20/each. Call 330-674-2162 FREE: BEAUTIFUL Cats & Kittens 330-674-1900

Mobile Home Rentals 650


with every purchase now thru Dec. 31, 2012

all priceS reduced & clearly Marked On WindShieldS fOr all yOur tranSpOrtatiOn needS

2000 Jeep Wrangler S • • • • •

4 Cyl, 5 Speed 4 x 4 Only 66k mi Local Trade Excellent Condition

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

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

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


1-1/2 YR old Basset Hound Female, makes a great pet, $150 OBO. (330) 275-6518

Wanted to Buy 495


Pets Supplies 355



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The Holmes County Shopper News

05 Ford Escape XLT 4x4

04 Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4

04 Dodge 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 SLT

04 Chevy Colorado Ext 4x4 Z71

3rd Rear Seat, Power Seats, Power Windows & Power Locks, CD Bose Stereo, Cruise Control.

Power Windows & Locks, Power Seat, Air, Tow Package, Alloy Wheels.

Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Power Windows & Locks, Nerf Bars, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package.

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
















06 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 SLE

10 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4

05 Chevy 3/4 Ton Ext 4x4

10 Chevy Equinox AWD

08 Buick Enclave

Power Windows & Locks, Bedliner, Alloy Wheels, Air, CD Stereo, Offroad, Tow Package

Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Air, Tow Package.

Nerf Bars, Tilt Wheel, Bedliner, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyelss Entry, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

All Wheel Drive, Power Sunroof, Power Seats, Alloy Wheels.















07 Dodge 1/2 Ton SLT 4x4

07 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4x4

07 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 LTZ

08 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x4

12 GMC Acadia SLT AWD

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

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

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

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

Only 16,000 Miles! Power Seats, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, TV/DVD


98 00 98 04 97 02 02 95 02 04 03 02 03 05 04 04






Dodge Durango SLT 4x4. .................... $2,975 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext SLT............................. $3,488 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 ........................... $4,988 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4. ......................... $5,977 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 ................................. $5,988 Jeep Liberty Limited 4x4 ....................... $5,991 Suzuki Grand Vitara ................................ $5,995 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 .......................... $5,997 Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4 ........................... $6,987 Chevy 3/4 Ton Ext 4x4 HD ................... $7,951 Honda Pilot EX AWD ............................ $8,943 Chevy Trailblazer LT ............................. $8,991 Ford 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 ............................ $8,997 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4 ..................... $8,997 Ford 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 ............................ $9,991 Ford 1 Ton Ext 4x4 ........................... $10,974

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Mitsubishi Outlander 4x4 ................. $11,677 Ford Escape XLT 4x4 ........................ $11,975 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4 ....................... $12,988 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 $13,987 GMC Yukon SLT 4x4 ........................ $15,944 Honda Ridgeline 4x4 ......................... $15,963 Saturn Outlook AWD ......................... $15,992 Chevy Trailblazer ................................ $16,987 Chevy 1/2 Ton EXT 4x4 .................... $17,962 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4 ....................... $17,977 GMC Envoy Denali 4x4 .................... $17,997 Nissan Rogue AWD ...............................$18,996 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 SLE ....................$19,787 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 .................... $19,951 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 LT ........... $19,997 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 LT ........... $19,997

08 GMC Canyon Crew 4x4 SLE

................... $21,788

08 Dodge 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 08 Chevy Tahoe LTZ

........... $20,975

............................... $23,966

08 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 SLE

................ $23,981

10 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4

................... $26,980

12 Chevy Traverse LT AWD 12 Chevy Equinox AWD

........ $24,983


11 Chevy Traverse LT AWD

................. $28,997

10 Chevy Traverse LTZ AWD

............... $29,466

12 Chevy Equinox LTZ AWD

................ $29,562

09 Chevy Avalanche 4x4 08 Chevy Tahoe LTZ

........................... $29,947

............................... $32,977

12 Chevy Suburban LT

............................ $39,967

10 GMC Yukon Denali AWD


CHUCK NICHOLSON Sale Good Thru 12/20/12

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 • • •


02 Chevy Trailblazer LT 4x4

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Holmes County Shopper, December 27, 2012  
Holmes County Shopper, December 27, 2012  

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