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January 24-30, 2013: Vol. 11, No. 42; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

Footwear and workwear

Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 5 Entertainment: Pages 8-9 Farm/Markets: Pages 10-11 Home improvement: Page 12 Health: Page 13 Tax/finance: Page 18 Obitiuaries: Pages 23 Sports: Page 24 Classified ads: Pages 25-32

Shoes and much more have been added to line at Charm Harness & Boot

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer At Charm Harness & Boot, customers can find footwear and workwear in top-name brands. With nearly 8,200 square feet of store space and an inventory of more than 18,000 pairs of shoes and boots, the store provides a wide selection of merchandise. The store, which serves as a one-stop destination for name-brand shoes and boots for the Veteran office whole family, has grown tremendously in the past taking help 31 years, explained store applications manager Allen Miller. Renting a small harness The Holmes County shop in Charm from Joe Veterans Service Center Erb in 1982, Roy Miller will accept applications started the business sellfor assistance for January ing harnesses — the through Jan. 25 at noon. shoes were almost an The Veterans Service afterthought. Commission board meet“When dad started our ing will be Jan. 28 at 6:30 business 30 years ago, he p.m. Office hours are started with 72 pairs of Monday, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 Red work , arrashoes,” p.m.; and Tuesday-Friday, nty, Kelley Mohr photo/ ra arWing dW Ainty ing ing arW He’sarBe Hedsaid stica st Ai Beer ’s erica Miller.ide! Am Am 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. For Charm Harness & Boot carries a variety of western and dress boots for men and women from ! ide nw tio tionw na ceth ce na rvi se with serviwi The shoe business brands like Corral, Justin, Ariat, Tony Lama, Dan Post, Durango and Lucchese. more information, call & ce & Serviceand Servihowever, stuck, the Holmes County Vetvicines dear g devic arinntgtoes. ir Re& ir he he Boots come inur all cu types: likeesTimberland, Rocky, Chippewa, the Muck paBoot ntture Repa Charm Harness rre cusafety erans Service Center at yo your in rre de inTra de Tra Everything from casual The store carries a large Justin, moved into its new locaur Red Wing, Dan- Boot, Bogs, Wolverine, 330-674-4806. yo%urof yo & anings & of % anings Cle 50 50 Cle to to up up e e iv iv ce ce boots to dress boots, and selection of work-related ner, Durango, Lucchese, re re across the street in d d an an * tion Ad * justments Adjustments even work boots that fea- gear as of new Merrel, Vasque, See Pg. 9 — CHARM See Pg. 2 — CALENDAR in ne brands fa ofwf a Keen, 2004. icesewell ice pr hase prha



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Jan. 25th - 30th


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Lots of rawhide bones, pet treats, canned pet food, dry cat & dog food.

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Holmes Christian Women to meet; RSVP by Feb. 1

The Homes County 10110995 Christian Women’s Club will begin its 37th year with the Tuesday, Feb. 5 meeting, at Der Dutchman

2495 CR 168 (Near Trail)

Off the Bone Honey Ham ........................... $2.99 lb. Sandwich Trail Bologna ............................. $3.79 lb. Muenster ...................................................... $2.79 lb. Smoked Cheddar ........................................ $3.29 lb. Granulated Sugar.......................................... .67¢ lb. Raisins ........................................................... $1.81 lb. Garden Rotini............................................... $1.58 lb. Coffee & Cream Espresso Bean ................ $3.74 lb.

Regular Instant Oatmeal (12 pks.) ...............75¢


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6 Hours of Pure Energy Shots...........59¢ ea. 7841 CR 373, BIG PRAIRIE, OH

Rohr, West Holmes Middle School art teacher, and sponsored by Heartland Title Co. and Holmes County Title Co. For more information, call Eleanor Runyan at 330231-1165.

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Hamburger Dills 32 oz............................ $1.69 Cream of Mushroom & Celery Soup 10.5 oz.... .59¢ Extra Virgin Olive Oil 16.9 oz ................... $3.19 Walnut Creek Shredded Cheese 8 oz $1.59

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Gerber’s Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Pieces (frozen) 20# ............ $36.00 Gerber’s Ground Chicken (frozen tray pack) .......................$1.89/lb.

January 24th - 30th Weekly Specials

Easy Carve Ham ..................... $1.99 lb. Marble Mini Horn Cheese ........... $2.99 lb. Creamy Peanut Butter ............... $1.79 lb. Inn Maid Noodles (case of 12 - 1 lb. pkgs.) ...........$25.00 Chicken Soup Base w/ Parsley ...... $1.99 lb. Dried Pineapple Rings ................ $2.99 lb. Roasted & Salted Sunflower Seeds .. $2.49 lb. 10106409

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Haystack breakfast planned for Feb. 2 Walnut Creek Elementary School on Olde Pump Street will offer

A public hearing will be held Monday, Feb. 25 at 6:55 p.m. by Millersburg Village Council to hear any comments on a proposed street vacation of an undeveloped 40-foot section between the Flickinger and Myers properties on Critchfield

526 W. Main St., Sugarcreek. Cost is by donation and the meal is sponsored by the Garaway Lions and Lioness Club.

Street vacation hearing scheduled

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a haystack breakfast on Feb. 2 from 8-11 a.m. Walnut Creek from 9:30Come support the school 11:30 a.m. The program and plans for repairing will feature Sandy Smith, the basketball court, as “Joy in the Midst of Strug- well as educational progles.” Her program will grams sponsored by the include scripture, hymns Parent’s Advisory Comand original poems of mittee. Carry-out will inspiration. Collections be available and donaare being accumulated tions accepted. There will for the Lifting Hearts drawings for gift baskets. Bereavement Group of Call the school for more Pomerene Hospital. information at 330-893Reservations are due 2213. by Feb. 1 to Mary Ann at 330-674-2767, Rheba at 330-343-7046 or hccw- Spaghetti dinner is Feb. 2 For more information A spaghetti dinner will call Margi Oller 330-674- be served Saturday, Feb. 7723 or dawdys@embarq- 2, from 4-7 p.m. at First United Church of Christ, (Continued From Page 2)

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Community Home has comfortable, lived-in look “I loved our house but every bit of life was cleaned away by our maid. There was no eclectic collection of items gathered through the years. No sentimental clutter crammed together oozing secrets.” — Cecelia Ahern from “The Book of Tomorrow. “ I love my house, too. But, fair warning, I don’t have a maid who cleans away every bit of life in my house. And, further warning, don’t wear black in my house; with one blond and one white dog living in my house, your clothes will not be black when you leave. But I do promise you this — if you don’t care that your clothes may have some dog hair on them, and if you don’t care that my house doesn’t grace the cover of House Beautiful — your cheeks will be sore

from either laughing or crying when you leave. I love to have friends to my house. We laugh, eat, watch sappy or funny movies, eat, laugh, then eat and laugh some more. Sometimes we cry. Sometimes we just sit quietly, holding hands just to “get through” the loss of a loved one, the demise of a relationship, or any one of life’s billion disappointments. But we don’t waste our time sitting around lamenting the imperfect state of my abode. There is life is my house. Even the dog hair (and I sweep EVERY day, and it still doesn’t matter!) reflects the

happiness those canines bring to our home. That pile of books on the floor — quite incongruent in topic — illustrates my constant curiosity and desire to learn, my insatiable hunger for knowledge, and my inability to focus on one topic at a time and hence the PILE on the floor. And don’t trip over the dog toys and bones on the floor, or their blankies. Forgive them. You see, they are so happy when I get home from work that they simply have to lie near my chair with all their favorite things, as I read, grade papers or write. And, yeah, I know most people don’t keep a paw print from their dead dog in their living room, but Shadow was such a big part of our lives and having even that bit of him around brings us joy and comfort. (at least I keep his ashes in

the stairway bookshelves, largely out of view!) And that jumble of pictures that seem outdated and silly? Well, those are the people I love and I need to look at them every day to remind me how God has blessed me. That jumble of odd clippings, magnets and cards that droop sloppily from my fridge? Those are FROM the people I love and they, too, remind me how blessed and loved I am. They remind me that people know how I love to laugh, how I love to read, and how I love to be loved. No, you will not see my house featured on the cover of any magazines (unless “Hoarders” puts out its own magazine!), but you will see a lot of life in my house. And Life is not clean and neat and unsoiled. Life, like my house, is messy and cluttered and gritty.

Church Kalahari retreat changes teens’ lives

By BOBBY WARREN Staff Writer The Bible depicts baptism as a transformative event in the lives of converts. Is it any wonder, then, how a water park in Northern Ohio plays a part in changing the lives of thousands of students? Nick Cleveland, pastor of high school ministries at Wooster Grace Brethren Church, has been taking a group to Kalahari Water Resorts & Conventions in Sandusky for eight years. There were 331 from four churches who attended the first retreat, and this year there were 1,864, about 280 of them adult volunteers, from about 25 churches. “It’s neat to see what

a tradition this has become,” said Cleveland. This year, Wooster Grace Brethren took 340 people, more than all of the people who went that first year. The students came from other area churches, including Millersburg Grace Brethren Church, Smithville Brethren Church and Smithville United Methodist Church. While the teens have access to the water amenities during the weekend, they are isolated from them during the conference sessions. “We take kids out of their environment, eliminate the distractions and ask them not to carry cell phones for the weekend so they can hear from God, that he loves them,

he has a plan for them and he wants to use how they are gifted to change the world for the sake of eternity,” Cleveland said. Something happens to the students and adults who participate at Kalahari. Of the experience, one student wrote, “I learned the true meaning of following Christ and finally understood that God’s plan is the only one that matters.” Another student tweeted, “I had never thought going to a water park would change my life.” But lives do change, and that is why people like Cleveland, Mariah Vacha, Dave Rhoad, Scott and Cathy Simms and so many other volunteers work hard to make it a special weekend for the students.

Vacha, an administrative assistant with Student Ministries at Grace Brethren, said more than 1,000 students responded to the gospel message and made decisions for Christ. Some of those made decisions to be a Christ follower for the first time, others made a commitment to deepen their faith, some decided to go into full-time ministry and others decided to dedicate their lives to following God’s calling, Cleveland said. “Think about all of these kids and the potential they have,” he said. “I began helping with the Kalahari Retreat years ago because I saw See Pg. 7 — RETREAT

Church notes Trinity Christian Church youth to hold fundraiser

and Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. to benefit its mission trips. The event is casual with a western The youth group at Trinity theme and the meal is by donation. Christian Fellowship in Millers- Offered each night is a choice of burg will be holding its fourth meals — southwest chicken, rice annual fundraiser dinner at the and corn or pork chops, mashed church on Friday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. potatoes and corn.

There will be door prizes, valet parking and complimentary photos. Reservation deadline is Monday, Jan. 28. To make a reservation or for more information call Sheila Mullet at 330-243-2022 or Anthony Miller at 330-466-8741.

Briefs In service Army Reserves Pvt. Alec Proper has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Proper is the son of Regina and Craig Proper of East Jackson Street, Millersburg.

Pomerene Family Care is located in the Millersburg Medical Center, 1261 Wooster Road, Suite 200, Millersburg.

CHIP assistance applications available

CHIP assistance is now available for Holmes County residents. There will be funds available for owner rehabilitation, emergency repairs, home repairs and rental rehab. Prairie Township Endow- Millersburg Village has ment Fund is offering been designated a priorthe Daniel O. Schlabach ity target area. Applicascholarship to residents tions from the village of of the primary coverage Millersburg will take prearea or family members cedence over all applicaof an active department tions until the grant objecmember that are potential tives have been met. If no students of medical or fire- applications are received fighting studies. This schol- within 90 days, the target funds along with the arship is renewable. For application send remaining funds will be request to: Prairie Town- released county wide. For more information ship Volunteer Fire Department Endowment Funds, and an application, contact P.O. Box 268, Holmesville Mary Hoxworth at Holm44633. Deadline is April 1. es County Planning Commission at 330-674-8625.

Scholarship available for fire-fighting, medical studies

Pomerene Family Care extends office hours

Pomerene Family Care is extending office hours during the cold and flu season. Debra DeHassLehr, FNP-BC, will be available an additional 10 hours per week to accommodate patients. Hours are: Monday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday, 7 a.m.5 p.m.; Wednesday, 7 a.m-6 p.m.; Thursday, 7 a.m.-2 p.m.; and Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Call 330-674-3333 to schedule an appointment.

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, 330276-3322. Donations may be sent to Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck 44637 or Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box 284 Killbuck 44637.

Calendar (Continued From Page 3) The meeting will be at the Village Office, 6 N.Washington St., Millersburg. Written comments will be received at the Village Office until 3 p.m. on Feb. 22.

Ohio Bluebird Society to meet Feb. 23 Ohio Bluebird Society will hold its annual Educational Conference on Saturday, Feb. 23 at Arden Shisler Center for Education & Economic

Development, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster. The day begins at 8 a.m. with registration. This is a free educational event provided by The Ohio Bluebird Society for those who pre-register. Walk-ins are welcome with $5 admission fee. Boxed lunches are $10. Make checks payable to OBS; mail to: Ohio Bluebird Society, PMB 111, 343 W. Milltown Road, Wooster, OH 44691-7214. For more information call Marcella Hawkins at 330465-6987 or email to info@

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Man makes a stand, takes a run on sands “Oh no, John,” said Kristin. “You just take your time and do what you have to do. This is family time. I think it’s best that we stay together.” That was certainly not what I had been hoping to hear. My stall tactics



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bicycles available. Such was the case on the beach that day. For the first time in my adult life I had actually traveled somewhere without bringing a bike along. This was by design. Somewhere in my mind I thought it might be an OK thing to spend an entire week off the bike — after all it had literally been years. Kristin thought it would be a good idea too. In retrospect, I think she may have had an ulterior motive. Now I found myself being “chased” by the idea that as my womenfolk mashed out a half-dozen miles on the tideline each morning to earn their evening beer, I was lounging about the hotel lobby downing Belgian waffles and jelly rolls as if it was an

Olympic event. All the while I imagined my fitness eroding like a surfswamped sand castle. I suited up to run not because I wanted to, but because without my daily dose of exercise-induced endorphins my tiny brain was telling me that by the time I got back to civilization I would be a 300-pound couch cushion. The women had begun to salivate the moment I suggested I might join them. Now I was literally on my knees trying to gracefully beg out. Ultimately, it came down to something approximately akin to honor. I had to do what I said I was going to do or I’d never be able to live with either of them for the duration of the vacation. I tied my shoes, started my watch and we

ran. Based on Kristin’s previous runs, it would take us 20 minutes or so to get to the boardwalk on the distant horizon, then we could turn around and run back. By the time my watch passed the 6-minute mark I was writhing in the sand as the pony tails disappeared into the sun; my seized quadriceps glistening like a pair of smoked hams. I had returned to my feet by the time the girls made it back around. “I found an interesting shell and stopped to check it out,” I said. “By the time I looked up you had both vanished, so I just stayed here so I wouldn’t miss you on the way back! ‘Family time,’ you know.” For some strange reason I don’t believe either of them were fooled.

Seniors” event at The Pier. Detweiler and Swartz traveled five connecting rivers and 10 states to raise money in support of IRIS Ministries in

Mozambique, Africa. “Something for Seniors” is a time for senior citizens to come together and make new friends and connect with old ones. Participants are invited to come to The Pier anytime between 9-10 a.m. to enjoy coffee or tea. Detweiler and Swartz will present their program, “Sugar to Salt,” at 10 a.m. Lunch will be served for a donation of $7 per person, prepared by Mountain Top Restaurant. The next “Something for Seniors” program is scheduled for Feb. 25. For more information, call The Pier at 330-3592071. The Pier is located at 10470 Winesburg Road, about 11⁄2 miles south of Mount Eaton or four miles north of Winesburg, and it is handicap accessible.

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had already delayed our start by 10 or 15 minutes, and I had figured that with both of them pawing the sand like a pair of pony-tailed cheetahs, they’d be happy to take off and commence with whoopin’ on each other. But there was a bigger fish to fry that morning on Daytona Beach, and neither of them would be happy until the one with the backward ball cap and three-day beard was turning on a spit. I’m not entirely sure what lies at the root of the primal pleasure women derive from beating up on mild-mannered guys like me. I mean, when it comes to running I’m the least competitive man I know. And sure, I’m in pretty good shape from riding my bicycle more or less continuously for the past 30 years, but running is a different game altogether. I have no interest in running for recreational purposes. For me, running is something one does only when being chased — and only then when there are no

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“Listen up, ladies,” I said as I knelt on the sand. “If you don’t want to wait around while I tighten up these shoe laces you can run on ahead without me. I’m sure I’ll catch right up.” It was trash talk, plain and simple, and my wife, Kristin, an eight-time marathoner; and daughter, Charlotte, a National Guard soldier and ROTC Cadet, fresh off her first “Ranger Challenge” (a weekend-long decathlon of all things Army) were having none of it.

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Ohio State is new theme at Brick Towne Tavern

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Brick Towne Tavern manager Irene Schwartz (left) and employee Dottie Fletcher welcome patrons into the Brick Towne Tavern in Sugarcreek, where they can enjoy affordable food and drinks in a comfortable and friendly environment.

With new ownership, a revamped menu and fresh new décor, the Brick Towne Tavern in Sugarcreek is transforming into an Ohio State Buckeyes themed sports bar that’s fun, affordable and family friendly. The longtime bar, once known as Shaggy’s, but which has been the Brick Towne Tavern since 2004, was purchased in November by Sugarcreek Hospitality, LLC. Located at 980 W. Main St., the tavern is open Monday-Tuesday, 11 a.m.-midnight, and Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. It also will be open Super Bowl Sunday, noon-midnight. “We’re trying to get an

Ohio State theme,” said manager Irene Schwartz, pointing to an enlarged framed photo of The Shoe and a ceiling painted green to look like a football field. And, although the menu is undergoing some revisions, they’ll still be serving up the same great tasting, affordable fare — appetizers, sandwiches, subs, fish and shrimp, salads, wraps and a kid’s menu. Along with “the best chili in town,” the kitchen is starting to make daily homemade soups. The regular and special menu items all are reasonably priced, as are the daily and weekly drink specials, said Schwartz,

who said the business soon will be adding draft beer. In addition to the televisions scattered among the two-room establishment, there’s pool tables and a jukebox to further entertain. The jukebox, Schwartz said, can be operated directly from patron’s smart phones. Additionally, the business will be adding a ladies’ night each Tuesday with Kaboom Entertainment DJ and Karaoke. Ladies specials ... food and drinks and for the men, there will be pizza and bucket beer. Brick Towne Tavern will be open on Super Bowl See Pg. 18 — TAVERN

Charm (Continued From Page 1) Chippewa, Irish Setter, Thorogood, Danner and Georgia Boot. “We’ve always been known for our men’s work shoes, but now we also have something to offer everyone,” said Miller. This includes namebrand fashion for men, women and children, with items like The North Face apparel, Born Footwear, Uggs and Vibram FiveFingers in stock, along with a wide variety of running shoes by Under Armour, Brooks, Skechers, Reebok, K-Swiss and Salomon. Especially popular with women are the Western products, said Miller. “The Western thing is in,” he said, noting that sales of Western boots for women, especially those with bling on them, have increased. The store carries a variety of Western and dress boots for men and women from brands like Corral, Justin, Ariat, Tony Lama, Dan Post, Durango and Lucchese. As a newer item, the store has a large selection of rubber boots, many in bright colors and fun designs, from brands like Bogs, Sorrel and Muck Boots, “For years rubber boots were just rubber boots. Now they are adding colors and making rubber boots more fun,” said Miller. The store also carries a full line of stylish quality apparel — both work and casual — for the entire family, with clothes, jackets, jeans and more from brands like Under Armour, Colum-

“We always try to keep new inventory coming in and out to keep it interesting.” Allen Miller, manager bia, The North Face, Stormy Kromer, Stetson, Smartwool and Carhartt, including Carhartt’s flame-resistant products. “We do carry big and tall sizes. We try to also cater to big guys,” said Miller, noting that the same goes for footwear. “We have big sizes and narrow sizes, so that everyone can find something that fits.” Charm Harness & Boot also offers an assortment of high-end hunting and hiking boots, including Italianmade Kenetreck and Crispi, German-made Lowa and Haix and hiking boots made by Keen, Merrell, Vasque, Salomon, Columbia, Asolo and Brooks. “We try to have a good selection of high-end hiking boots. It’s something that is hard to find,” said Miller. The store also has many “Grandma grabbers,” as Miller calls them, namebrand apparel for babies and children by Carhartt and John Deere, as well as miniature cowboy boots and slippers. And as the name implies, the store still sells a selection of harnesses and saddles. Besides offering shoes, boots and apparel in many makes and models, Charm Harness & Boot provides a full-service shoe repair shop right across the street. “We still offer full shoe

repair and re-soling. It’s kind of a lost art these days,” said Miller, noting that the shop also performs build-ups. Despite the large selection and store space, Charm Harness still offers shoppers a small store atmosphere. “We’re still a familyowned shoe store and we try to keep that familyowned atmosphere,” said Miller. The pedal-tractors on shelves and the hunting trophies on the walls add to the fun. Along with owner Roy Miller, the shop is managed by his three sons — Allen, Leroy and David — with five fulltime employees: Mary Lou, Regina, Roy D., LuCinda and Twila. “Customer service is our goal,” said Miller. Store representatives can help customers navigate through the many store selections to find the right item. For example, if a welder comes in, Miller will direct him toward shoes that suit his trade. If a timber worker comes looking for shoes, Miller will steer him toward a more aggressive pair. The store also works with companies whose employees are required to wear steel-toed boots. “We try to help the customer find the shoe for his or her need,” said Miller. “We always try to keep

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At Charm Harness & Boot, store representatives can guide customers to the right shoe for them, with a selection of more than 18,000 pairs of shoes and boots from which to choose. new inventory coming in and out to keep it interesting,” said Miller, noting that in addition to shoes and boots, the store stocks everything from socks, hats and gloves to purses, sunglasses and pocket knives. The store also fulfills special orders and accepts mail-order items if the sought-after item isn’t instore. Charm Harness & Boot has two sales each year — one in the spring and one in the fall. For the Spring Sale, the store will offer 10 percent off store-wide on April 19-20. Charm Harness & Boot is located at 4432 County Road 70, Charm 44617. Hours are Monday and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, call 330-8930402. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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Barbwire A letter to the editor at Wall Street Journal By BARB LUMLEY Columnist I recently received a copy of a letter that had appeared in the Wall Street Journal. The headline over the letter was “Dairy Farms Become An Expensive Hobby.” The subject of the letter was dairy farmers’ operating losses. The writer of the letter had calculated

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that a dairy farmer with a 115-cow herd needed $76,590 per year to subsidize his “hobby” and just break even. From a psychological standpoint he wanted to know why anyone would pay $76,590 for the opportunity to milk 115 cows twice a day 365 days a year. The following is my reply to that letter. The Editor 1211 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036 Dear Sir, I am writing in regard to the letter written by Barry Jenkins, Arlington, Va., headlined “Dairy Farms Become An Expensive Hobby.” Having been a dairy farmer for 60 years, I take offense at your use

of the word “hobby” in reference to dairy farming. Dairy farming has never been a hobby. Dairy farming is working 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Dairymen and dairy women rise from four o’clock in the morning and on. With a quick cup of coffee, which they usually carry with them, they head to the barn to milk and care for their cows. Breakfast will wait until chores are done, whatever time that may be. The time when they eat a meal usually depends on machinery breakdowns, cows calving, or the weather. They don’t get an hour off for lunch or an afternoon quitting time. They are often found in the barn in the middle of the night delivering a baby calf or

tending a sick cow. When they aren’t in the barn they can usually be found plowing fields, planting seeds, or harvesting crops to feed the dairy cows. It is all work, never a hobby! To answer your question as to where they get the extra $76,590 to pour into the operation annually, usually the wife or another family member works off the farm and their paycheck is contributed to the expenses of the farm and family living. Sometimes the dairy person also works a part-time job. The children often raise steers or dairy beef feeders as 4-H or FFA projects and sell them at local county or state fairs. When old enough they take on baby-sitting or part-time jobs to help out with

expenses. Dairy farming is a “family affair” with every member contributing in some fashion. When the income isn’t enough they borrow money, go in debt, and make payments. Why do they do it? For many reasons. They love their farms. Many have been in the family for generations. They have a history going back years and years. They love their land and working with it. They love their cows. Most have bred cows for years. They have worked hard to develop a herd with outstanding genetics that will contribute to their chosen breed for years to come. They have bred and shown prize winning cows that become like members of their family and you will find many

dairy farms where those cows have a burial site on the farm instead of being culled. Dairy farmers just love being dairy farmers, just as other people love their occupations! And last, but not least, they have hope that someday, somehow, and someway changes will occur that will once again allow dairy farmers to earn a decent living by just milking cows. They are determined to keep going until that day arrives. They don’t give up. They have faith that keeps them going in spite of the hardships. They are special people and they are optimists!

Jan. 15 55 CALVES — Good to choice calves 105-125, medium to good calves 95-105, fair to medium calves 85-95, commons and lights 80-down, back to farm, bull calves 125-150. DAIRY CATTLE — Holstein cows 1,250-down, Holstein heifers 1,385-down, Holstein opens 810-down, Holstein bulls 810-1,010. 29 PIGS — 70 lbs. 42-63. 1 GOAT — 152 per cwt. 96 BUTCHER HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 68-down, 210-240 lbs. 64-71, 240-260 lbs. 66-74, butcher sows 46-down. 34 CATTLE — Holstein steers 99-down, Holstein heifers 94.50-down, Holstein bulls 82.50-85.50, good beef cows 72-78, medium to good cows 68-72, fair to medium cows 61-68, common cows 60-down. 215 TOTAL HEAD. 65 LOADS HAY, STRAW,

GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 235-350, 2nd and 3rd cutting 260-430, hay 3.50-4.75 bale and big rd. bales 40-120, wheat straw 140-190 ton, oats straw 170 ton, baylage 67, ear corn 200 ton, corn fodder 27-28; firewood 45-65 ton.

88 DAIRY — Cows 1,500down, bred heifers 1,350down. 124 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 100-140, good 70-100, common 40-70, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 100-170, crossbred 50-130. 123 GOATS — Kid 170down, billies 240-down, nannies 175-down, wethers 300-down. 441 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 60-90, lambs 40-60 lbs. 147.50-275, 60-80 lbs. 132.50240, 80-100 lbs. 120-172.50, 100-130 lbs. 107.50-142.50, 130 lbs.-up 102.50-132.50. TOTAL HEAD — 1,049. 143 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 290-400, 3rd and 4th cutting 300-430, mixed 1st cutting 200-390, mixed 2nd cutting 180390, lg. bales hay 22.50-90, lg bales hay 130-340 ton, wheat straw 140210, lg. bales straw 120-180 ton, ear corn 245-250; oats 17; corn fodder 25 bale; firewood 40-65.

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Markets SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Jan. 14 89 CALVES — Choice calves 100-155, good calves 75-95, light & thins 40-down; back to farm bulls 90-155; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 90-137.50, heifers 85-125. 149 CATTLE — Choice steers 115-123, good steers 105-114.50, Holstein steers 88-114.50, choice heifers 115-123.50, good heifers 100114.50, good Holstein cows 65-77, yellows and thins 60-down, bulls 85-96.50. 201 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 700, top pony 200. 4 GOATS — 30-132.50. FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809

MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Jan. 16 9 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 68, 250280 lbs. 68-74; sows heavy 47-49. 50 CATTLE — Choice steers 117-127.50, good steers, 110117, heifers 87-127.25, choice Holstein steers 100-107.50, good Holstein steers 83-100. 15 BULLS — 1,000-1,500 lbs. 76.50-90, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 84.5093, 2,000 lbs.-up 84.50-87.50. 139 CULL COWS — Good 72-85.50, medium-good 65-72, fair-medium 59-65, light-thin 59-down; 57 feeders: steers 70-125, heifers 60-115.

KIDRON AUCTION Jan. 17 79 HOGS — 210-230 lbs. 71-73, 230-260 lbs. 64-78, butcher sows 40-47, boars by weight 10-38.50. 399 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 21-23, 41-50 lbs. 24-35, 51-60 lbs. 28-51, 61 lbs.-up 33-60, bred sows and gilts 160, service boars 70-100, roasters 31-63. 97 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 85-155, back to farm, heifers 75-160, light & thin 80-down. 138 CATTLE — Steers 68.50-107, heifers 73.50-104, bulls 82.50-84.50, good beef cows 76.50-81, medium to

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Clinic to hold ‘Girl Talk’ event Panelists for the question-and-answer program will be Rebecca Russell, MD, OB/GYN, moderator; Susan Albers-Bowling, Psy.D., psychology and psychiatry; Jordan Garrison, DO, family medicine; Sharon Marcanthony, MD, OB/GYN; and Deidre McIntosh, MD, OB/GYN. Participants are invited to ask questions of all sorts, live or submitted in writing.

(Continued From Page 10) good 70-76, thin to poor 69.50-down; feeder steers 49-90, heifers 72.50-76.

2 SHEEP — Market lambs 90-125 lbs. 90, feeder lambs up to 85 lbs. 100. 2 GOATS — 65-75. 230 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,475-down, bred heifers 1,485-down, service bulls 6351,200, open heifers 410-975. TOTAL HEAD 947; Consignors 238. 106 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 240-400, 2nd cutting 100-330, 3rd cutting 245-420, hay 4th cutting 100, lg. bales 30-80 each and 100-280 ton, straw 140220 ton and 35-50 bale; firewood

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Pomerene Hospital has made several changes to its Community Outreach Health and Wellness Screenings for 2013. Screenings will be held at the following locations only in 2013: Mount Hope Methodist Church, first Wednesday of every month, 7 a.m.-11 a.m.; Keim Lumber, third Wednesday of every month, 7 a.m.-11 a.m. Screenings will be offered in two tiers. Tier 1 will require no doctor’s order and tier 2 will

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New Bedford Going against nature to track down the best bathroom Ask most people if they are right- or left-handed and they’ll answer in a heartbeat. Ask about their eye dominance, and marksmen will respond quickly. Ask about their feet and most will stare blankly at you. Continue reading this potentially important information, and you’ll never walk into a public restroom the same way again. I have been lucky enough to take a few mini courses in tracking. I can identify a cat from a dog from a coyote, and on a good day, can tell you if the deer that walked through the mud was a male or female. Animal tracking gives you a strong connection to the natural world. You begin to walk with

the animal, feel its thirst and quest for water, its attempt to eat or consequence of being eaten. A good tracker will look at tracks and be able to piece together an entire story about that animal, because animals follow patterns and instincts. We have to remember, though, that when it comes down to it, we are animals, too. And just like the critters of the wild, we follow patterns and instincts. Once we figure out how to use our feet and legs, we follow

them where they take us. Obviously our brains tell us where to go, but our bodies tend to tweak the way we do it. Consider the way you reach for a cup of coffee or a toothbrush. Which hand do you use? If someone is whispering to you, don’t you lean in with a certain ear? Sidedness happens all over our bodies, not just in which hand we use to sign our names. Unbeknownst to most people, our feet and legs have a dominance almost as important as our hands. Soccer players and skate or snowboarders might be more familiar with this concept, but think of which foot you use to walk up the first stair? Or with which foot you might smash a man-eating

spider? Chances are it’s all the same side. Which leads me straight (or semistraight?) to the bathroom. According to my tracking instructor, humans’ right- or left-foot dominance will make both conscious and subconscious decisions in their lives. For example, if a person wanders off into a field or the woods, the dominant foot will tend to pull the person in that direction. (We actually tested this, blindfolded in a field. If I’m ever lost, please check to the right.) About 81 percent of us out there are rightfooted, which means that when given the opportunity, 81 percent of our bodies will generally take us to the right. That’s a lot of people going to

one merit. Eighth-graders — Erin Stitzlein, three honors; Marris Hoffee, one superior, one honor, one merit; Regina Miller, three high honors; Makena Mulhall, three honors; Kacie Leppla, three honors; Kylie Leppla, two superiors, one

honor. Sheila Miller, Jayce Snyder, Courtney Starr and Brooke Workman were runners for the competition. Parent volunteers were Lori Nicholson and Teresa Rolince. Judges were Jennifer McCluggage and Lisa Lang.

School briefs W. Holmes Middle School students compete in Power of Pen

scores, WHMS will have other students attending the regional competition March 2 at Clearfork, but official results from the State Power of the Pen office have not yet been West Holmes Middle released. Writers and School Power of the Pen their ratings are: Seventhcompetitors created three graders — Rachel Baird, stories each at the district two honors and one merit; competition at Strasburg Juanita Miller, two honMiddle School. Receiv- ors and one merit; Kayla ing third place out of 56 Nicholson, three honors; writers was Kylie Leppla. Emily Rolince, three She will automatically honors; Sarah Sprang, qualify for the regional three high honors; Olivia competition. Based on Young, two honors and


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anytime before May 1, 2013. What started out as a solo store promotion, thought up by Lamp, has turned into a villagewide event. Thirty-four stores have joined in on the fun since its initiation in 1996, with each offering different promotions and discount of their own for shoppers who brave the weather in their PJs. “It’s something unique for the middle of winter,” said Lamp. “People are looking for something fun to do.” Country Craft Cupboard will be the first one See Pg. 17 — PARTY

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Berlin Pajama Party! Saturday, January 26th! ~ in the heart of Amish Country ~

Party board will close at 9 a.m. and reopen at 10, at which to open its doors at 6 a.m., time everyone is invited Saturday morning, which to the store regardless means a whole hour of wardrobe. Lamp statof enjoying discounts ed, “No pajamas will be before other shops open. required for the remainThe only requirement for der of the day and the all customers to receive store will offer a 20 pera 40 percent discount, cent discount until day’s is to wear pajamas or a end.” robe and slippers. CusCome to Berlin this Sattomers will not be per- urday for great bargains mitted to enter the store and lots of fun at all of the during special sale hours participating businesses. unless they are wearing Minimal effort will be pajamas. Warm up with needed to get ready to a fresh cup of coffee shop this weekend. Just and friendly conversa- roll out of bed and come tions with fellow shop- on in. We look forward to pers before setting out seeing you there! Couninto the chilly air to visit try Craft Cupboard is other shops. located on East Main Country Craft Cup- Street in Berlin. (Continued From Page 16)

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Income Tax & Financial Services One more use for your tax refund: Take control of debt (BPT) — If you’re anticipating a tax refund this year, chances are you’ve already thought about how you’ll spend the money. Maybe you’ll pay bills, fund your summer vacation or treat yourself to something nice. Here’s one more excellent use for your tax refund: take control of your debt. From bolstering your savings to paying off high-interest credit card debt, your tax return can go a long way toward helping you get on top of your finances. Here are some ways to use your refund and have a positive impact on your financial wellbeing:

Build up your emergency fund — Everyone should have an emergency fund of enough cash set aside to cover several months worth of expenses should you lose your job. It can be difficult, however, to regularly route money from your paycheck into your backup fund. Tax return money is a great way to give your emergency fund a quick growth spurt. Pay off high-interest debt — High-interest debt costs you in so many ways, from the expense of paying interest to the negative impact too much debt can have on your credit score or

even the risk of falling behind on paying bills. If you decide to use your refund to pay off credit card bills, prioritize: pay off ones that have missed payments or that cost you the most in interest. Repay cash advances or payday loans — Although there’s almost never a good enough reason to take on one of these very costly types of loans, the reality is many people turn to payday loans or cash advances to make ends meet. The effective interest rate on this type of loan can be astronomical, so using your refund to pay them off can help you catch up on debt.

Pool tables fill the back room of the Brick Towne Tavern, where locals and tourists can gather and enjoy a sports bar ambiance coupled with good food and drink in a familyfriendly environment. The Brick Towne Tavern (photo at far right), under new management, is quickly becoming a sports bar with an Ohio State Buckeyes theme. The ceiling has been painted green to resemble a football field.

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to be and hang around. “And, while you’re here visit with some of our familiar faces — Casey Graf, Samantha Yoder, Beth Nixon, Dottie Flecher, our newest employee Philip Schrickel, a Navy vet who lives in Sugarcreek and Irene Schwartz, Tavern Manager. So stop in and see the our new look, friendly staff and enjoy our food and spirits. We are the only establishment that serves beer, wine and spirits.” The Tavern also will be open Sundays after Super Bowl Sunday. For more information or to check out the upcoming specials, follow the Brick Towne Tavern on Facebook or call 330852-2403.

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Save toward a goal — Maybe you want to buy a house within the next five years, or need to replace your tired, worn-out car. Or, perhaps you just dream of a flat-screen in your living room. Virtually everyone has a bigticket item they would like to buy. If your refund isn’t enough to cover the cost, it can be a great starting point and a motivator to continue saving toward your specific goal. Beef up yo u r IRA/401(k) — If you haven’t yet contributed the maximum allowable amount to your retirement fund this year, your tax refund can


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School briefs Career Center students have perfect attendance

ville-Perrysville; Lisa Hesser, Jennifer Miller, Daniel Yoder Jr., Crystal Yeater, all of West Holmes. Seniors — Raelyn Fliger, Dana Lewis, Austin Morgan, Teddy VanThe following Ashland sickle, all of LoudonvilleCounty-West Holmes Perrysville; and Keven Career Center students Spencer of West Holmes. were among those achievAchieving perfect attening perfect attendance dance for the first semesfor the second nine-week ter were: Juniors — Paige grading period of the Eberhardt, Cameron 2012-2013 school year: McGowan, Crisstopher Juniors — Cody Mullinnex, Samantha BeBout, Paige Eberhardt, Spreng, all of LoudonCameron McGowan, Cris- ville-Perrysville; Jennifer stopher Mullinnex, Saman- Miller and Daniel Yoder tha Spreng, all of Loudon- Jr. of West Holmes.

Seniors — Dana Lewis and Teddy Vansickle of Loudonville-Perrysville; Keven Spencer of West Holmes.

grams sponsored by the Parent’s Advisory Committee. Carry-out will be available and donations accepted. There will drawings for gift baskets. Call the school for more information at 330-8932213.

Haystack breakfast planned for Feb. 2 Triway sets Walnut Creek Elementary School on Olde conference dates Pump Street will offer a haystack breakfast on Feb. 2 from 8-11 a.m. Come support the school and plans for repairing the basketball court, as well as educational pro-

Triway High School and Triway Junior High School will hold parent/teacher conferences Feb. 12 and Feb. 14 from 5-8 p.m. Parents may begin calling the schools

shooting property on County Road 135 in Walnut Creek Township. Criminal damaging was reported on Knox Township Road 466. Jan. 14 — Sheriff’s Office received a report of a bad check that was passed at a business on state Route 39 in Clark Township. Breaking an d entering was reported at a residence on North Water Street in Killbuck. Fraud was reported at

a residence on County Road 1 in Prairie Township. Jan. 15 — Fraud was reported on Salt Creek Township Road 652. Theft was reported on state Route 557 in Berlin Township. A report was taken of fraud on Prairi e Township Road 565. Jan. 16 — A report was taken of assault on state Route 39 in Monroe Township. A report was taken

between 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Jan. 28 to schedule a conference time. Call the high school at 330-264-8685 or junior high at 330-264-2114 for more information.

and Nashville, April 23. When calling to make an appointment, parents will be asked some basic information about their child. A registration packet will be mailed in April to be completed and taken to kindergarten screening. It is important West Holmes parents take a copy of the plans screenings child’s birth certificate Kindergarten screen and proof of residency to dates have been set in kindergarten screening. Schools and their conthe West Holmes District. They are Millersburg, tact numbers are: Clark, April 15 all day and April 330-674-7936; Killbuck, 16 in the morning only; 330-276-2891; MillersKillbuck, April 18; Clark, burg, 330-674-5681; and April 19, morning only; Nashville, 330-378-2111.

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Jan. 7 — Theft was reported on Market Dec. 31 — Holmes Street in Berlin Township. Jan. 8 — Criminal misCounty Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of chief was reported on state breaking and entering on Route 83 in Millersburg. A report was taken of Clark Township Road 178. Jan. 1 — Breaking and breaking and entering entering was reported on on Washington Township state Route 60 in Kill- Road 478. Theft was reported on buck. Jan. 2 — A report was U.S. 62 in Paint Township Jan. 9 — Criminal damtaken of theft on Killbuck aging was reported on Township Road 82. Jan. 3 — Theft was Marion Street in Nashreported on Mullet Drive ville. Jan. 10 — A report was in Killbuck. Jan. 4 — Breaking and taken of bad checks on entering was reported on County Road 70 in Clark U.S. 62 in Paint Township. Township. Theft was reported on A report was taken of fraud on County Road state Route 241 in Hardy Township. 189 in Prairie Township. Jan. 11 — A report was Jan. 5 — Damaged property was reported on taken of theft on state County Road 68 in Hardy Route 241 in Hardy Township. Township. Jan. 12 — Breaking and Jan. 6 — Vandalism was reported on Grenchen entering was reported on Drive in Mechanic Town- Prairie Township Road 551. A report was taken of ship.

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Sue Thomas to speak at Pleasant View Mennonite Church


Sue Thomas’ journey as a professional public speaker came with her total surrender at the foot of the Cross and of giving back to Him the gift of her voice.   The world knows her as the inspiration behind the TV series, Sue Thomas: FBEye  — the church

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knows her as a witness for Christ. Aside from filling the church pulpits for wellknown pastors such as  Rick Warren, Jack Hayford,  Robert Schuller, Chuck Swindoll, James Kennedy, and many others, Thomas is also known for her minis-

try at women’s and youth events. Thomas will be a special guest speaker on Sunday, Feb. 3, at 10:20am. Her webpage http://www. A benefit lunch will be held for Jesse and Rhoda Wengerd. Jesse lost his job due to cur-

rent health issues. The menu includes: chicken noodle and chili soup, sliders and Jell-o cake. Everyone is invited to stay and donations will be accepted. Pleasant View Mennonite Church is located at 3391 U.S. 62, Millersburg. Call 330-893-2808.

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Jan. 17 — Assault was reported on Township Road 346 in Hardy Township. Jan. 18 — Criminal damage to a vehicle was reported on North Water Street in Killbuck. Jan. 20 — A report was taken of theft of service at a business on Walnut Street in Walnut Creek Township. Criminal mischief was reported at a residence on North Main Street in Killbuck. Criminal damaging was reported on Township Road 406 in Walnut

Creek Township. Jan. 21 — A report was taken of grand theft from a residence on Mullet Drive in Killbuck. A report was taken of property being shot on Township Road 151 in Clark Township.

Millersburg Police Jan. 5 — Millersburg Police officers responded to a report of criminal mischief at a business on South Washington Street. Jan. 11 — A report of theft was taken from a residence on South Washington Street.

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Will be published in The Holmes County Shopper, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 Dear Mom, Dad, Grandma & Grandpa: Here’s a chance to show off the pride and joy of your family! The Holmes County Shopper will be publishing its Parade of Little People on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. All youngsters are eligible. Bring in or send your child’s picture with $10.00* to The Daily Record by Friday, Feb. 8, 2013. No matter where you live, a picture of your Little Person will be accepted. The charge is for processing your child’s photo for printing. Wallet size pictures are preferred. SNAPSHOTS AND POLAROIDS DO NOT REPRODUCE WELL! Fill out the coupon provided below to insure that your youngster is included in the Parade. For accuracy, we ask that you print your child’s name on the back of the photograph. All pictures will be held for 30 days after publication for pick up, or you may provide a self addressed stamped envelope that your picture will fit in and we will return your picture through the mail.

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Farm briefs Wayne, Holmes counties Extension offices to present pesticide recertification training Private pesticide applicators with a license to purchase and apply restricted use pesticides are required to attend three hours of recertification training every three years to maintain their license. That training must include at least one hour of core and the remaining two hours can be category related. Core training includes topics such as safe handling of pesticides, sprayer technology and calibration, pesticide mixing and loading, pesticide mode of action, pesticide laws and regulations. Category training includes specific pesticide use and pest management related to a specific crop or situation. Current category numbers and assignments are: 1 (Grain and Cereal Crops); 2 (Forage Crops and Livestock); 3 (Fruit and Vegetable Crops); 4 (Nursery and Forest Crops); 5 (Greenhouse Crops); 6 (Fumigation) and 7 (Specialty uses) OSU Extension Wayne County, and OSU Extension Holmes County will be providing recertification training on the following dates and locations: Jan. 29, 9 a.m. at the Shisler Center, OARDC

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Tuscarawas Cattle Association to meet The Tuscarawas County Cattle Association annual meeting will be held Monday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at Dutch Valley Restaurant, on Old State Route 39 east of Sugarcreek. The past year’s activities will be reviewed and five directors will be elected to serve the next two years. The 2013 dues are $10, and the dues must be paid to be eligible to vote for the directors. A family-style roast beef and chicken dinner will be served. Cost is $ 12 for adults; reservation deadline is Thursday, Feb 7. For more information or to make reservations, contact Jerry Prysi, president, at 330-364-5189; Fred Tuerler, vice president, at 330-364-5189, or Kevin Hinds at 740-4986240, or any director. Kriss Raber is secretary of the organization and Don Himes is treasurer.

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Registration deadline for beef cattle schools is Friday The OSU Extension beef team is sponsoring a 3-session beef school that will address some current and timely topics related

to beef cattle production. The three sessions will be held Tuesday evenings on Jan. 29, Feb. 26 and March 19. The time frame for

each evening is 7-9 p.m. The Jan. 29 session features Lee Leachman, Leachman Cattle Company of Colorado, and

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Beef cattle owners have two educational opportunities with the Ohio Beef Web Ex School and the Beef Feedlot School.

Dr. Nevil Speer, Professor of Animal Science at Western Kentucky University. They will discuss the subject “Breeding Considerations in Today’s Beef Industry.” The Feb. 26 session will focus on the topic of improving the productivity and use of forage resources, both pasture and hay. This topic will be addressed by OSU Extension Educators Chris Penrose

from Morgan County and Rory Lewandowski from Wayne County. The March 19 topic is “Enterprises to Preserve Current Beef Infrastructure.” Instructors for that session have not yet been announced. If your interest is in feeding out cattle, consider the beef feedlot school. Francis Fluharty, See Pg. 23 — CATTLE

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employment training. Thanks to the generosity of many throughout Wayne and Holmes counties, our agency has been able to purchase a 2009 Dodge Caravan with approximately 200,000 fewer miles than one of the vans that needed to be replaced. We are also hopeful that we will be able to replace another one of our highmileage vehicles within the next few months. We would like to convey our sincere appreciation to all who supported Goodwill’s mission throughout the past year, whether through patronage of our five retail locations, donations of used clothing and housewares, or monetary contributions. Your generosity allows Goodwill Industries to create local jobs, one donation at a time. Judy Delaney, president Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties Wooster

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Monday — Pleasant View School, 12:15-1 p.m.; Pleasant Hill School, 1:15-1:45 p.m.; Winesburg Public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — J. Barkman, Township Road 176, 1-1:30 p.m.; Crist Troyer Jr., Township Road 178, 1:45-2:30 p.m.; Hershberger Hardware, 2:45-4 p.m.; Roy Miller, Township Road 154, 4:15-4:45 p.m.; Charm Public, 5-7 p.m. Wednesday — Hillside School, 9:15-10 a.m.; Andy Miller, Township Road 472, 10:30-11:15 a.m.; Joe Yoder, County

Road 373, 11:30 a.m.12:30 p.m.; Roy Keim’s, County Road 75, 1:302:45 p.m.; Scenic View, 1:15-1:45 p.m.; Sycamore Run Nursing, 2-2:40 p.m.; Nature’s Food Market, 3-6 p.m.; Thursday — Chestnut Ridge, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Buena Vista School, 2:453:30 p.m.; Killbuck Public, 3-6 p.m. Friday — Mount Hope Elementary, 9 a.m.1:30 p.m.; South Dublin School, 1:45-2:45 p.m.; West Mount Hope School, 3-3:45 p.m.

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Obituaries Lois Thatcher, 83 Lois Nadine Thatcher, 83, formerly of Brinkhaven, died Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, at Ohio Eastern Star Home, Mount Vernon. She was born Jan. 9, 1929, in Benton to Mast and Beulah (Mast) Kauffman. She was a graduate of Aultman Nursing School in Canton and Syracuse University in New York. She was a certified midwife, and worked as such on an Indian reservation in Arizona for seven years. She was also the former director of nursing at Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg. Lois married Charles “Jack” Thatcher on June 25, 1966. He survives. They were members of Millersburg Mennonite

Church. Surviving in addition to her husband of Brinkhaven, are a sister, Geneva (Melvin) Martin of Pennsylvania; a brother, Elmo (Katherine) Kauffman of Walnut Creek; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; and a sister, Grace Lehman. Funeral services were Saturday, Jan. 5 at Fischer Funeral Home in Danville, with pastors Patrick and Christine Nfzigeor officiating. Burial was in Workman Cemetery, Danville. Memorial contributions may be made to OES Activities Department, 1451 Gambier Road, Mount Vernon 43050.

Mildred Huth, 81 Mildred Anne “Millie” Huth, 81, formerly of Sterling, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, at Hospice Care Center in Fairlawn. She was born July 15, 1931, in Doylestown to Albert C. and Hazel C. (Hoff) Wo y a t , and married Paul F. Huth on May 22, 1950. He preceded her in death. Millie drove bus for Norwayne Local Schools for 38 years and was also “the pizza lady” at Buehlers Wadsworth for 14 years. She enjoyed playing cards, bingo and spending time with her family. She will be deeply missed by children, Richard (Elaine) Huth of Vero Beach, Fla., Patricia (Greg) Lance of Burbank and Scott (Tricia) Huth of Dalton; 12 grandchildren; nine

great-grandchildren; brothers, Ivan Woyat of Rittman and Kenneth (Cathy) Woyat of Somerville; sisters, Gladys Zimmerman of Lakeville, Lucille Dietry of Doylestown, Martha (Dale) Schmid of Big Prairie, Louise (Bill) Tester of Lorain, Irene (Jim) Keck of Rittman, Rosemary (Larry) Goodman of Clinton, and Barbara (Jim) Copley of Rittman. In addition to her husband, Paul, she was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Stephen; brothers, Ira, Chuck and Glenn Woyat; and a sister, Ruth Moore. Funeral services were Monday, Jan. 14 at Roberts Funeral Home-Hillcrest Chapel, Seville. Burial was in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Care Center, 3358 Ridgewood Road, Fairlawn, 44333.

Ervin Schlabach, 75 Ervin J. Schlabach, 75, 31509 Township Road 227, Fresno, died Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, at his residence. He was born Nov. 29, 1937, in Holmes County to the late John A. and Mary (Hershberger) Schlabach, and married Ida L. Miller on May 22, 1958. She survives. He was a retired furniture maker and a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Albert E. Schlabach of Massillon, Mary (David) Yoder of Fresno, Emma (Atlee) Yoder of Baltic, Viola (Wayne) Hershberger of Fresno, Edna (Gary) O’Brien of Howard, Roman E. Schlabach of Mineral City, Katie (Oren) Keim, Iva (Jonas) Stutzman and David (Martha) Schlabach, all of Fresno and Ada (Aden)

Yoder of Baltic; 70 grandchildren; 39 greatgrandchildren; brothers, Roman Schlabach of Farmerstown and John Schlabach Jr. of Fresno; sisters, Amanda (Joe) Coblentz of Baltic, Lizzie Keim of Mount Hope, Verna (Emanuel) Miller of Millersburg, Mary (Eli) Raber and Anna (Jonas) Miller, both of Farmerstown and Emma (Dan) Troyer of Charm. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a grandchild; a brother, Emanuel; and sisters, Mabel and Sylvia. Services were Wednesday, Jan. 2 with Bishop Raymond J. Yoder officiating. Burial was in White Oak Cemetery, Crawford Township, Coshocton County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.

Norma Ernst, 88 Norma J. Ernst, 88, of Shreve, passed away Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, at Majora Lane in Millersburg. She was born June 5, 1924, in Shreve to Guy and Hazel (Cole) Biggs and married James Ernst on Nov. 26, 1945. He preceded her in death on April 8, 1980. She was a graduate of Shreve High School and Canton Business College. Norma was a life resident of Shreve and had attended Shreve Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). She found special comfort in the Blachleyville Church of Christ Bible study she attended. Surviving are children, James E. (Karen) Ernst of Wooster, Jerald E. Ernst of Shreve, Bartley (Mary) Ernst of Glenmont, and Susan (John) Baker of

Big Prairie, grandchildren, Troy Ernst, Jonathan, Roderick and Brandon Baker, Savannah, Ryan and Devin Ernst; and three great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers, James “Bud” and John Biggs; a sister, Mary Tice; and a grandson, Todd Ernst. The family would like to thank Majora Lane for the wonderful care shown their mother and grandmother. Graveside services were Friday, Jan. 4 in Oak Grove Cemetery, with the Rev. Bill Lawson officiating. Schlabach Funeral Home in Shreve, handled arrangements. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Cattle (Continued From Page 22) OSU Ruminant Nutrition Specialist and Researcher at OARDC will be teaching his final beef feedlot school this winter. That school is being made available by distance learning technology and Wayne County Extension will be one of the host locations. All the sessions

will be held on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 p.m. The dates and topics for the school are: Jan. 30: Ruminant Digestive Physiology, Rumen Function, Carbohydrates Feb.13: Protein Digestion and Metabolism, Protein Sources, DDGS Feb. 20: Receiving and Growing Strategies

Feb. 27: Methodologies to Enhance Marbling and Feed Efficiency Both beef schools will be held in the Wayne County Administration building located at 428 West Liberty Street in Wooster. Pre-registration is requested to help plan for the number of handouts needed. The cost to attend either the Ohio

beef school or the beef feedlot school is $20 per person or per farm. Registration for both schools is requested to the Wayne County Extension office at 330-264-8722 by Friday, Jan. 25. Please include your name, address, phone number and names of any other farm members that will be attending when you register.

Mary Yoder, 85 Mary M. Yoder, 85, 33419 County Road 10, Fresno, died Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, at 4:30 a.m. at her home. She was born May 19, 1927, in Holmes County to the late Mose J.S. and Katie (Troyer) Yoder, and married Mose M. Yoder. He preceded her in death. She was a homemaker and a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving are a daughter, Lizzie (Andy Ray) Miller of the home; sons, Henry (Katie) Yoder of Millersburg, Jonas (Mary) Yoder of Baltic, Raymond (Katie Ann) Yoder, Aden (Barbara) Yoder and Junior (Katie) Yoder, all of Fresno, Vernon (Mabel) Yoder of Baltic, David (Mary)

Yoder of Fresno and Robert (Miriam) Yoder of Sugarcreek; 60 grandchildren; 129 great-grandchildren; a sister, Emma Hochstetler of Holmesville; and a brother, Joe M. Yoder of Sugarcreek. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Mattie and Lizzie; brothers, Phineas and Abe; one grandchild; and one great-grandchild. Services were Friday, Jan. 4 at the Yoder residence, with Bishop Dan R. Erb officiating. Burial was in the Yoder Cemetery, Coshocton County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.

Levi Yoder, 69 Levi A. Yoder, 69, 5530 Township Road 127, Millersburg, died Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013, at Joel Pomerene Hospital. He was born May 24, 1943, in Holmes County to the late Alvin and Katie (Miller) Yoder, and married Mary Raber on March 19, 1964. She survives. He worked at Stoney Hill Mixing Bird Seed Plant and was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Martha (Junior) Shetler and Marion (Laura) Yoder, both of Millersburg, Marvin (Elmina) Yoder of Dundee, Mahlon (Lizzie Mae) Yoder of the home; a son-in-law, Eli (Dorothy) Yoder of Millersburg; 19 grandchildren; one step-grandchild;

three great-grandchildren; brothers, Roman A.I. (Fannie) Yoder and Isaac (Ellen) Yoder; and sisters, Martha (Henry) Coblentz, Verba (William) Troyer, Amanda (Wayne) Beachy, Bena (Roman E.) Miller and Fannie Miller. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Miriam; sisters, Anna and Nancy; brothers-in-law, Sam Yoder and Dennis Miller. Services were Friday, Jan. 4 at the Yoder residence, with Bishop Leroy R. Miller officiating. Burial was in the Yoder Cemetery, Mechanic Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.

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Lake has no answer for Hochstetler’s hot hand By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer BERLIN — Hiland coach Dave Schlabach can’t remember the last time he won Game 20 at Classic in the Country. But thanks to some expert marksmanship by Regina Hochstetler, who drilled six 3-pointers and poured in 30 points, the Hawks capped off the 10th annual basketball feast with a 58-50 win over the Lake Blue Streaks Monday night. “We needed to hit a lot of shots,” the victorious coach said after his team notched win No. 14 against two defeats. His junior sharpshooter was thrilled to have another big night in Berlin. “It feels great,” Hochstetler said. “These were my first two Classic wins. If teams are going to take away my 3-point shot, then I’m going to have to try and create some other things.” Which she did, hitting a

spinning layup and three other short jumpers, as well as swishing all four of her free throws. Kendra Schalbach got the scoring started for Hiland. The senior guard said her coach wanted her to score more and she responded with 17 points (two 3-pointers). “If I’d have known all I had to do was ask,” coach Schlabach said with a laugh. Hochstetler connected on her first 3-pointer, and Natalie Nickol and Hochstetler scored to give the Hawks a 9-7 lead after the first quarter. Hochstetler started the second quarter with three straight triples as Hiland bumped the spread to 18-0, but the Blue Streaks rallied behind McKenna Stephens to trim the lead to five, 20-15, at the half. Kendra Schlabach drilled a deep one, Jenica Schrock rattled home another and Hochstetler connected again for the Hawks, who hit 10 triples

for the game in taking a 42-38 lead into the final frame. “Coach has been talking to me about stepping up,” Kendra Schlabach said. “People are guarding Gina, or trying to, so we need other people to step up. He talked to me about not passing up shots, and I tried to do that tonight.” Schlabach and Hochstetler kept the Blue Streaks at arm’s length by hitting free throws down the stretch. Stephens paced Lake with 26 points, connecting on 12-of-19 shots and adding two free throws. “Their big kid (McKenna Stephens) is as good as any we’ve seen all year. She’s a tough matchup, especially with our size,” coach Schlabach said. “I thought Jasmine (Goings) battled. We made Stephens work.” Lake coach Henry Cobb said his team was excited about coming down to play Hiland.

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Hiland’s Jenica Schrock drives past Lake High School’s Baylen Dyrlund during the finale of this past weekend’s Classic in the Country at Hiland High School. The Hawks hosted the 10th annual CitC event, which featured 20 games. Hiland won twice over the weekend, beating Damascus, Md., 47-30 on Saturday, and the Blue Streaks 58-50 on Monday. “We had a good weekend, not a great weekend,” Cobb said. “This will help us prepare for

districts and further down the road. “We’re disappointed we lost,” Cobb continued.

“And Hiland is not exactly a bad program. They executed better down the stretch than we did.”

After fast start, West Holmes has to hang on to beat Hoover By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer BERLIN — Instead of waiting for some secondhalf heroics, West Holmes came out hitting on all cylinders and destroyed the Hoover Vikings right from the start in Game 19 at Classic in the Country Challenge Monday at the

Perry Reese Jr. Community Center. And while the Knights may have gone into victory mode too soon, their lead was big enough to hang on for a 56-51 victory over the Vikings. “We won,” West Holmes coach Lisa Patterson said. “Two-and-a-half minutes

SPORTS FANS! They call it “the luck of the Irish” for a reason. In November of 2012, the only thing standing between the Notre Dame football team and a shot at a national title was archrival USC. But Notre Dame caught a big break when star USC quarterback Matt Barkley was injured in a game against UCLA one week earlier. With Barkley out, the Irish won and earned the right to play for their first title since 1988. And it just so happens that the UCLA player who made the tackle that injured Barkley was Anthony Barr - son of Tony Brooks, who quarterbacked Notre Dame’s last championship team. It looks like college football prognosticators actually know what they’re doing. Once again in the 2012 season - for the 13th time in the 15 years since the BCS format began in 1998 - one of the top two teams in the initial rankings ended up reaching the title game (in this case Alabama) even though the rankings first come out almost two months before the season ends. What’s more, 2012 marked the seventh time in those 13 seasons that the top-ranked team in the initial standings went on to play in the championship game. The University of Arizona boasts a big-time football program - but apparently not at quarterback. Get this: When Nick Foles replaced an injured Michael Vick at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles in November of 2012, it marked the first time in 39 years that a U of A signal caller threw a pass in an NFL game. In that time, other Pac-10 quarterbacks started 3,659 NFL games, threw 4,525 touchdowns and gained 785,236 yards through the air - about 446 miles. You’ll find

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left, up 14, you think they ought to handle that.” The Knights led 54-33 with four minutes remaining in the fourth after Brittleigh Macaulay scored her second straight bucket. The freshman finished with six points, as the Knights displayed their depth with eight different players scoring. The Knights jumped out to a 19-6 lead in the first quarter on a pair of steals and layups by Justice Wright, who came off the bench to provide a spark. West Holmes displayed its balance as six different players scored. Mallori Vess got things rolling with a bucket inside, followed by a Paiten Strother jumper. Emily Molnar scored and Laina Snyder hit inside. Strother stroked a triple for an 11-4 lead. The score was 21-8 after the first quarter and things only got better in the second period, as Rachelle Morrison scored from deep. Vess dropped a trey on the Vikings to ignite a 10-0 run and give the Knights a 32-13 lead late in the first half. It was 36-18 at intermission.

Snyder scored inside early in the third quarter, the 1,000th point of her career. She finished with 10 for the game to go with six rebounds. “It was kind of embarrassing, really, in front of all these people,” the humble junior said. “She is the seventh person all-time at West Holmes to score 1,000 points,” said Patterson. “It’s an honor for her, but I’m glad it’s behind her. Laina’s not a person who focuses on things individually.” West Holmes led 43-27 after three as Strother drilled another 3-pointer and Macaulay scored inside. “They are so fundamental. And they are so efficient offensively,” Hoover coach Abbey Allerding said. “They exposed us on defense. This was a great opportunity to play against a great team. We’ve got a lot to work on.” Morrison led the Knights’ attack with 11, and Strother finished with nine. Julie Worley led the Vikings with 17. Kelsey Lensman and

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West Holmes’ Mallory Vess scores past Hoover’s Julie Worley during Monday’s Game 19 of the Classic in the Country at Hiland High School. The Knights beat the Vikings 56-51 to improve to 17-0 on the year. Kelsey Peare added 12. It was an exciting weekend overall for West Holmes, winning two games at the Classic. “We didn’t come out here to win two games. We came out here to get better,” Patterson said. “To come out still with a zero in the loss column says something about these kids. We played a great second half Saturday and a great first half

today. I can’t wait to see four quarters.” Wright left with mixed emotions. The senior was happy to leave Hiland with two wins in her final season, but she was also somber because it was her last game at the Perry Reese Jr. Center. “I feel a little sad because I like the atmosphere here,” Wright said. “But, it’s always good to leave with a win.”

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226 E Church Lane Street LEGAL PO Box 417 Public Notice Nashville, Ohio 44661 The annual financial report 330-231-0920 Holmes County Hub of the Walnut Creek Town- Publish Publish Holmes County Shopper ship Trustees, Holmes January 24, 2013 County, Ohio, for the year 2012 is available at the ofCard of Thanks fice of the fiscal officer, Rita 40 K l i n e . C o n t a c t THANK YOU! 330-893-2789. Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper January 17, 24, 2013

After having Knee Surgery at Joel Pomerene Hospital, I would like to thank my doctor, Rodney Miller and nurses for the care I received while in the hospital. While in rehab at Sycamore Run, I want them to know how much it meant to me to have caring people looking after me. Family and friends were a big help in my recovery as were the cards and prayers. While home, meals were brought to me by my church family and neighbors. I can't find the words to thank everyone for all they have done for me. I thank God for healing and for friends like you! Thomas "Lee" Smetzer

LEGAL COUNTY : HOLMES The following applications and/or verified complaints were received, and the following draft, proposed and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) last week. The complete 55 Notices public notice including additional instructions for submitting comments, request- FOR RENT: 2 cooler trailer with freezers. one for 2013 season with more ing information or a public New space: Jason E. Miller, 3197 TR 166, hearing, or filing an appeal Sugarcreek, OH. 44681. (330) 852-1909. may be obtained at: NOTICE! We are moving! /actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, New Bedford Sharpening will be closing Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. Jan 17, 2013 for 12 days. We will be for business on Jan 28, 2013, P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, re-opening as Wenger's Sharpening Service. Our Ohio 43216. P h : new location will be 1208 Dalton-Fox 614-644-2129 e m a i l : Lake Rd., Dalton OH 44618. New Bedford Harness will be the drop-off point for APPLICATION RECEIVED FOR AIR PERMIT FRYBURG DOOR, INC. (F-D HARDWOODS) 6086 SR 241 MILLERSBURG OH ACTION DATE : 01/15/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : A0046635 Renewal PTIO

cal customers. For more info please call us after Jan 28th at 330-828-9002 or 330-401-9885. SNOW REMOVAL. Millersburg, Killbuck, Lake Buckhorn area. (216) 403-6584 CASH FOR scrap metal: trucks, buses, cars, heavy equip., farm equip., copper, batteries, brass, aluminum, and any metal. Call (330) 473-8410.

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LEGAL The Annual Financial Report is available for year end 2012 and the report is available at the office of the Fiscal Officer. Nashville Village Linda Campbell Fiscal Officer

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

105 General OIL SERVICE rig taking applications for rig hands. (740) 824-4692. MORNING BAKERY route deliver wanted to deliver baked goods from 5:30am-9am. Taking applications at Kauffman's Country Bakery. MILLER CORE II Inc. has management position open on night shift. Position requires hard work as well as organizational skills. Opportunity pays well with some benefits. Call 330-359-0500 between 7am - 3pm to set up interview. LIVE BAND for Local Restaurant. Call 330-231-8594.

SEEKING WASH Bay personnel to clean or wash vehicles and other light duties. Must have 3 yrs exp, a valid drivers license. Interview Mon, Jan 28th from 9am - 6pm. 9312 Golf Course Rd, Sugarcreek. LANDSCAPE POSITION avail. Drivers Lic. nec. Send info and resume to Experienced Horse Stall cleaners needed, this is a physically labor intense job. Those who are not hard workers, need not apply. Part time AM job. Call (330)674-2503 Leave message with horse experience description. WELDERS needed immediately. Will train if needed. Competitive wages & incentives. Insurance includes medical, dental & vision. 401K savings plan. Please apply in person at WasteQuip, 930 Massillon Road (SR 241), Millersburg, OH 44654. EOE WANTED: DAY WORKER/ driver for deli bulk food store. Store open Tues-Sat. Must have good social skills. Phone (330) 893-3299.

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If you would like to have your name put on our list of prospective carriers or driv-

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.


WEBSITE ASSISTANT position available, part-time to assist in website management. Knowledge & Experience necessary. Flexible schedule. 330-231-7500

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Standing Seam 0105015AD12793579 sq. ft.72 $1 Classified Display - Standing Seam 330-763-1162

ELECTRIC FRIGIDAIRE clothes dryer, good cond., $50. Also Kangen Enagic machine, very good cond., $2700. Also used computer. (330) 600-1569.

Front Desk/Housekeeping Berlin Hotel & Suites is looking for Front Desk Associates and Housekeeping help. Must be available on Sundays. Must be able to work an 8 hour day, and/or flexible shifts. Apply in person. 5330 CR 201, Millersburg, OH. NO calls please.

FOR SALE: Bradford White MI403S6FSX, 40gal, LP Gas Water Heater, $325. Kozy World KWP122, 10,000 BTU Vent Free LP Gas Wall Heater. $100. Both Like New, Used only 45 days. Henry Raber 330-897-0306

WANTED: SOMEONE to stack lumber for lumber grader. (330) 231-3236.


FOR SALE: Conservator Refrigerator, upright, Kenmore Freezer, Gibson C h e s t Freezer. All in good condition. 330-893-2088

25 CU ft Side by Side Refrigerator, White Kenmore. Ice & Water dispensor on door. 3 yrs old and still looks great. $600 OBO. 330-473-7128 30X16 CABINET mount Microwave,

Drivers Trucking mounting brackets included. Bosch dishwasher. Call (330) 674-1945

$4000 SIGN-ON Bonus. Dedicated Drivers. Home Weekends/CDL A Haz. Vacation & Benefits. Hogan. Call Sandra 866-275-8840.

COOK WANTED, 1 year experience. Apply at Hotel Millersburg, 35 W. Jackson Street or call 330-674-1457.


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WANTED COACH Bus Driver: CDL with passenger endorsement required. Part time driving. Harvest Time Ministry. Call Mark, 330-893-0022. DRIVERS: Dedicated Account! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109


130 Administrative / Office FINANCIAL SERVICES Firm located in Walnut Creek, serving primarily pastors and churches, seeks administrative assistant. Exp. pref. Submit resume to:

FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./ hr. Call (330) 897-1222 ext 3. EQUIPMENT FOR Sale! Massey Ferguson 290 Tractor, great running condition. $8,100 OBO. Case 3 point, 3 bottom plow. $500 OBO. New Idea Manure spreader, needs wood. $550 OBO. Delivery Available. (330) 231-3592 FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127.


Farm Products Produce

Planer Shavings, $4.25 a bale. Delivery Available. (330) 279-2146 FOR SALE: Organic ear corn. (330) 567-2249. WILL SPREAD or dump chicken manure, buy. Call Dennis,

FOR SALE: 2 row McCormick corn planter, $550. Also, 530 Hesston w/35HP motor on round baler, field ready. $7,200. (330) 852-3892 JOHN DEERE 450C dozer, good shape, $10,000. (330) 359-1127. 6 FT tractor blade, older, $175. (330)

ALTIMATE CARE is hiring Full-time Home Health Aides for Wayne and Holmes Counties. Must be dependable and have reliable transportation. Two weekends a month required. Benefits avail. $500 sign on bonus. Apply in person at 24 S. Clay St. Suite B, in Millersburg.

FOR SALE: 500 Gal Mojonnier Bulk Tank, Good Condition $750. 13HP Honda motor w/reduction gear, bracket, slide, pulley, belt, complete setup for New Holland Baler. David Miller, 9789 Camp Rd. Beach City. (330) 756-2485

out & Farm Equipment clean 330-844-3516.

125 Medical / Healthcare 852-2466. Physician/Hospitalist for Health Professionals of Holmes County, Inc. to work as internal medicine physician at Pomerene Hospital, Millersburg OH. Req. MD or DO, 36 mos. Residency/internal medicine, OH medical license and 12 mos. Exp. as hospitalist. Resumes to C. Miller, 981 Wooster Rd., Millersburg, OH 44645 or

WANTED: ROUND Bale wagon, Jason Miller (330) 359-5840 Ext 7

Construction Equipment SHAVINGS ANIMAL Bedding. Mostly

FOR RENT: D5C Cat Dozer with Winch and log arch. $31/Hour. Eli Weaver 7841 CR 373 Big Prairie, Ohio 44611


Farm Equipment

100 GALLON stock tank, Duraflex heavy duty, new. $60.00. (330) 852-4974. JOHN DEERE 5210 tractor in good shape, 1200 hours, $10,500. (330) 359-0270. BRILLION CEDAR 10 ft hydraulic lift. New Idea #17 manure spreader. Oliver 2 bottom plow. International 7 ft disc. John Deere 14T square baler. John Deere 660 rake with dolly. New Holland 256 rake. Hydraulic post hole digger for skid steer. Andy Raber, 330-893-0303. FOR SALE: Hydramac Uni-loader, engine works but hydraulic needs work. New bucket bottom. Foam filled tires, 90% tread. 330-674-4739 2 PIONEER Sulky Plow 14" Andis Electric Clipper. Like new. Ivan Miller, 1345 TR 661, Dundee 330-359-5757 FOR SALE: 20HP Kohler Power Cart 750 Engine Hrs., Belt tightener drive, w/12V Hydraulic pump in good condition. (330) 698-0151Ext 4. 20 KW Kohler natural gas genset with 1800 RPM Ford 4 cyl engine. Good cond. Priced to sell at $4200. (330) 231-2634. NEW HOLLAND 478 hay bine, 7 ft, nice

HORSE HAY, wheat straw, small squares, round bales & large squares. Call Jason 330-473-7905. FOR SALE: 1st cutting round bales. Also 2nd cutting round bales. First cutting Wrapped Halage. Roy Coblentz, 330-359-5730. GRAIN FED Beef, no hormones added, Come pick yours out, Sell by hanging weight. 1 mile south of Holmes Lumber (330) 674-2754 FOR SALE: 50 little square bales, mostly red clover, little alfalfa, $8 a bale. Andy Wengerd, (740) 623-3772 #2. 1ST CUTTING HAY, 4x5 round bales, mediocre horse hay / beef hay, $250/ton. (330) 852-2466.

WESTERN TOP quality dairy hay, haylage, certified organic available. Call Jason 330-473-7905. NEW SEEDING, wrapped 4x4 round bales, 19 bales, $100. each. Fredericksburg. 330-791-5345. EXPRESS FEED machine, cracked oats for better digestion for animals and cut your feed bill in half. Tri-County Feed Supply, 330-600-1310

195 Services cond. Also John Deere 2555 tractor, 65 FOR SALE. 2nd cutting alfalfa hay, testFOR 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.

HP, 3600 hours, $6800. John S Miller, 2305 TR 152, Baltic. (330) 893-0303.

ing 23% protein, 220 feeding value. Call (330) 439-8494.

2006 CASE 410 skid loader with cab, heat, 650 hrs, $19,500, or make offer. (740) 291-7019

20X80 TUNNEL house, 22 arches, fasteners with perlins, good condition. $1450. (330) 231-6373.

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Albert Lea Seed - Organic, Certified Non-GMO. Save by pooling orders and early discounts. Try our red clover, alfalfas, and hulless oats. Cloverland Ag Service 330-231-4484 4 LARGE Square Bales, 3x3x8, Mostly grass, horse or beef hay. $85. each. Also 4x4 round bales. (330) 674-2351 1ST CUTTING Orchard & Timothy mix OK for horses, square bales $6.00 Also Alfalfa Baleage Call 330-893-3087 x4.

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CERTIFIED ORGANIC Non GMO seed: red clovers, Alfalfas, grasses, forages, cover crops, small grains, corn and soybeans. 330-231- 4484. 2ND CUTTING small square grass, alfalfa mix. $7.50 (330) 472-2613 3X3X8 BALES, 1st cutting hay, Timothy, Orchard Grass mix. Horse, dry cow quality. $275/Ton. 330-698-0514 Ext 2 FOR SALE: Round bales, 1st cutting mixed, stored inside. (330) 852-4369.

MILLER faRM auctIon

5 BEL. hoRsEs – 16 hEIfERs casE 900 tRactoR – faRM MachInERy satuRDay, fEB. 2, 2013 10:00 aM

Will sell the following at public auction at 6275 Mt. Eaton Rd., Dalton OH 44618. From US Rt. 30 at Dalton, go south approx. 6 miles on SR 94 (Mt. Eaton Rd.). From SR 250 at Mt. Eaton, go north approx. 2 miles on SR 94 (Mt. Eaton Rd). tRactoR – thREshInG MachInE – faRM MachInERy: Case 900 tractor on hard rubber & good running cond.; Dion 22X38 threshing machine w/ straw cutter; Pioneer 25 hp power unit; NH 353 feed grinder; NH 492 haybine; NH 256 rake; NH 55 rake; 4 Star hay tedder; NH 269 baler w/ s. sweep; Pioneer baler cart; 2 Pioneer ladder wagons; 6’ MC #9 hay mower; Case 40’ bale elevator w/ 5 hp Honda; 2 Pioneer 16” riding plows; Pioneer 14” walking plow; 3 section Pioneer spring harrow; Pioneer spike tooth harrow; field drag; Dunham 8’ dbl. disc; NI fertilizer drill; JD 15 hole dbl. disc drill; Pequea 2 row plateless corn planter; I & J 2-row cultivator; McD corn binder; 2 – 8’ McD grain binders (1 w/ 5 hp Honda & 1 for parts); Pioneer binder truck; 2 gravity wagons; NI 323 corn picker; McD #9 silo filler; Yoder field sprayer w/ 5 hp Honda; Millcreek ground drive manure spreader; 5’ King Cutter rotary mower; round bale feeder; hog feeders; 2 wheel trailer; 2 wheelbarrows; wagon of farm misc. Consigned: 8’ McD corn grain binder w/ 5 hp Honda & Pioneer binder truck. 5 BEL. hoRsEs – hacK – haRnEss: 2 mother/ daughter teams – 1 team coming 6 & 10 – other is 16 & 12 – 2 of which are Spring Hill Charlie daughters and 1 is BJ Theory daughter; also a coming 3 green broke mare. Horses will have a current Coggins test & vaccinated. Top hack; 3 sets nylon work horse harness; 1 single harness; 1 set buggy harness; 2-3-4 horse eveners; 6 horse pulley & rope system; sel. of collars. hoLstEIn hEIfERs: 16 Holstein heifers w/ 6 short bred & 10 – 9 months old to 14 months; Heifers are out of AI bulls & bred AI & will have a Cattle Master booster vaccine. MILKInG EQuIP. – fEED: 42 round bales of 4th cutting wrapped baleage; Jamesway 500 gal. bulk tank; vacuum pump w/ 5 hp Honda; compressor w/ 13 hp Honda; 3 DeLaval bucket milker units; 1 milker washer; 19 rubber mats; Stewart clippers; dehorners; silage cart; 8 week Seaman tank. notE: Harry has a very nice line up of modern machinery, horses & heifers. If you are looking to upgrade or make a purchase, spend Groundhog Day with us! Starting on wagon of misc., feeders, machinery possibly by 11:30 followed by milking eq. and feed and finishing on horses and heifers. tERMs: cash oR chEcK REGIstER foR # W/ Pos. ID Lunch stanD auctIon conDuctED foR haRRy R. & MaRIE MILLER

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NOTICE: ORDER GREEN ACRES Fertilizer before Feb. 1 for these prices: No. 13 $460., No. 14 $430, No. 15 $540. Organic No. 7 for corn $650, Organic No. 6 $325. Gypsum bedding $80 .1400# totes. Esker Seed Oats Aden Mullet 8056 Criswell Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 330-695-2208

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3 YR. OLD brown 4 white 37" Paint Pony gelding. Broke, $200. Atlee Gingerich, 9047 S. Kansas Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 SPLIT AND round seasoned firewood, also can cut to size for outdoor wood burners, dump trailer delivery avail. (330) 275-7980.

13 YR old Surrey Horse, good broke, travels good, TSS. $950 12 yr old Buggy size horse, good broke, TSS. $850 (330) 231-5219

ROUND BALES of Oats & Wheat Straw, stored inside, Call (330) 466-1408

SS CHIMNEY, three 4 ft pieces, two 3 ft pieces, 1 elbow cap & one 19 inch pipe & cut stone design mat. Make offer. Mervin Schlabach (330) 359-5592.

FOR SALE: 7 years old standard bred gelding, in buggy 4 months, ready for miles. Good family or boy's horse. TSS. $1700. (330) 897-1074 ext 3.

1ST CUTTING 4x4 round bales, stored inside. 3rd cutting mixed 4x4 round, good quality. Also 3rd cutting 4x4x8 mixed nice quality hay. 330-852-0031.

FOR SALE. Green slab wood, $15. per bundle. Green edging, $8. per bundle. Mullet Run Lumber, (5474 TR 117, 8 miles S of Millersburg) (330) 893-4085.

6 YEARS old pony, approx 52 inches high, Palomino, good broke to ride. $300. (330) 893-3234..

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

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

ORGANIC BEEF by the quarter, whole or half, call for price. Place your order now. (330) 897-1348 x1 1ST CUTTING Timothy horse hay, 45 lb bales, $6.50 (330) 472-2613. LADY FINGER Popcorn for sale. Right moisture level for good popping. Locally grown - Bagged and ready to go. Call to order, James Schlabach, (330) 695-3747 CORN FODDER, 4 x 4 1/2 round bales, good quality. $45. each. Delivery available. David Beechy, (330) 852-3701 ext 1.


FOR SALE: Split & Seasoned Firew o o d , Roman Yoder, CR 12 (740) 622-0072 FOR SALE: Firewood, split, seasoned and dried. $50 a rick. Noah Yoder, 6928 CR 407, Millersburg OH (330) 674-1000 WILL TRADE firewood for scrap metal or anything. Dump trailer delivery available. (330) 275-7980. SPLIT, SEASONED firewood for sale. Very nice mixture of hardwoods. Can deliver. (330) 496-4376.

FOR SALE: 16H, 6 yr. old chestnut crossbred gelding, 2 socks, strip, women can drive, tss, $2400; 51" black & white paint pony, tss, broke, the best $375. Jonas Schlabach, 31642 SR 643, Fresno, OH 43824. (330) 897-7706†x3 NOTICE! We are moving! New Bedford Sharpening will be closing Jan 17, 2013 for 12 days. We will be re-opening for business on Jan 28, 2013, as Wenger's Sharpening Service. Our new location will be 1208 Dalton-Fox Lake Rd., Dalton OH 44618. New Bedford Harness will be the drop-off point for local customers. For more info please call us after Jan 28th at 330-828-9002 or 330-401-9885. PAIR OF 3-4 yr. old Belgian Geldings.

Horses Livestock

4 YR old Mare Trotter, TSS, willing traveler, Women can drive, Owen Mast 7055 TR 323, Millersburg, (330) 279-2628 Coming. 3 yr old Bay Standard Bred Gelding. Well broke, TSS, All Trot $1000 OBO. Mose Yoder, 10627 Senff Rd., Dundee, Ohio 44624. FOR SALE: Yorkshire boars, (330) 674-7241. FOR SALE: 5 yr. old reg'd Appaloosa mare, good broke to ride, tss. Neal Miller, 1395 CR 600, Baltic. 330-897-1377 x 3. 6 YR old Gelding, TSS, 16.2H, Broke, Good enough for women, ready for the surrey, fast traveler. Marcus Mullet (330) 852-2826 FOR SALE: 3 polled black feeder s t e e r s , growthy, organically raised; had shots & wormed in Dec. Also bred beef cows. (330) 893-2895. 9 YR old Muscles Yankee Trotter, TSS, Broke for women, mini surrey size. (330) 852-4148 3 YR old Mare Dutch Standard Bred Cross, Good boys horse. (330) 897-1295 Ext 1 8 YEARS old gelding, TSS, all trot, been in buggy 1 month, well mannered, good traveler. Firmen Kauffman, (888) 631-7044.

Firewood Fuel FOR SALE: Seasoned split firewood, Broke to all farm machinery, full brothers. FOR SALE: 3 year old Register Katahdin $125/Cord. Nashville area.

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. FIREWOOD: SPLIT SEASONED, $45 per rick. Ivan R. Troyer, 1570 TR 111, Millersburg, Oh. 330-897-2929, VM.

FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads available. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. SEASONED FIREWOOD, round & spit hardwood, $55./ pickup load. Roy Miller, (330) 567-2477, VM.

Abe E. Yoder, 330-893-4211 ext. 1


FOR SALE: Split seasoned firewood. $60./ pick up load. Delivery available. Call (330) 439-8494.


Horses Livestock

5 YR old Gelding, Good Mannered Surrey horse, $2,300. Marcus Schlabach (330) 852-1979 FOR SALE: Paint Pony Mare, 36", Also Yearling Mini Stud Colt (330) 231-0117 8 yr old Standard Bred TSS. Been in a buggy, drives with snap. Roy A. Miller, Baltic, 330-600-1109

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, January 28, 2013 • 5:00 PM (Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM)

Antiques/Collectibles Household/Furniture * Tools

Antiques/Collectibles: Millersburg Glass including- Hobstar & Feather Bowl, Strawberry Wreath, Strawberry Wreath etched (souvenir of Albany NY), Hobstar & Feather 5 pc ice cream set, Hobstar & Feather compotes; Palm Wreath celery dishes, Palm Wreath large bowl, Hobstar & Feather sherbets, Ohio Star compote, Blackberry Wreath bowl, Ohio Star bowl w/ gold rim and stars, Hobstar & Feather banana boat; 3 new leather saddles; 1 Pepsi and 1 Coca Cola chalk menu boards; Mahlon Schrock music box/ slate painting; Charm Oh book; Holmes Co historical book; Emanuel Mullet book; crocks; costume jewelry; wooden Coca Cola and Pepsi crates Tools: 12 gauge shot gun; 22 rifle; high power rifle bolt action w/ scope; Taurus 32 caliber hand gun Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, January 25. For more information contact David Conn, auction manager at (330) 204-4453. Terms: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales New Receiving Hours: Wednesday, 8:00-10:30 and noon to 4:00

3 YEARS old trotting mare family or boys horse, $1700. Also 5 years old black gelding. Robert L Yoder, 7990 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611.

rams, 10 yearling Katahdin Rams. Mark Troyer, (330)852-0653 4 YR. OLD bay cross bred mare, tss, goes single or in the field, good worker, bred to a friesian, $1200. (419) 883-2026

FOR SALE: 3 years old Royal strength gelding, broke to drive, needs some work, done on his starter. Would make a good buggy horse for the right person. $1500. obo. Robert J Hershberger, 6750 E Moreland Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. YEAR OLD Jersey cross heifer, open. Noah Troyer, 6840 TR 568, Holmesville. (330) 674-0851.

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4 YR old Mare, sire son of Balanced Image. Nice Surrey horse, markings are star & 3 whites. $3,200. 4 yr old Gelding, good build, boys or family horse, all trot. $2,500. Marcus Schlabach (330) 852-1979 AUSTRAILIAN LABS. 8 wks old 5 puppies. David D Miller, 6888 CR 77, Millersburg, OH 44654 6 YR old cross bred gelding, 3 white socks & a stripe, TSS, safe for women. Also 6 yr old double gated mare, buggy broke, TSS. (330) 359-6303. HORSE BLANKETS for sale. All sizes, from 68-100 in stock with leg straps, buggy blankets,& sheets. Norman Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg, 330-893-7421 FOR SALE: 9 years old gelding, traffic safe & sound, women can drive, family horse. Also 3 years old mare, needs work, too much for women, traffic safe. 7008 E Moreland Road, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 9 YR old dark bay Standard Bred Gelding, Deluxe surrey size, Women can drive, TSS, Good steady traveler. Call 330-275-2504 after 3pm or Saturdays.

FOR SALE: 2 Saanen nannies, bred to Saanen Nubian , due March. 1 Saanen Nubian billy. (330) 897-5310. 12 YR old Black & White Paint Mare Pony, in foal. Also Yearling Black & White Paint, stud colt. 330-201-4638 REGISTERED MORGANS 14YR Bay Gelding, TSS, Women can drive, also rides. Coming 2 yr old Bay Stallion w/Chrome, Black Yearling Filly, Sharp! Dark Bay Morgan/Percheron Filly. ( 3 3 0 ) 674-5129 Ext 1. FOR SALE: Surrey Pole, like new, $195. Belly Bridging, $70. (330) 600-0090


All types of chimney relining: gas, oil, wood & coal. • Cell (330) 466-1662

25 years in the auction Business!

David Conn, Auction House Manager • 330-204-4453 Derrick Kandel, Auctioneer • 330-231-4524 Myron Miller, Auctioneer • Cliff Sprang, Auctioneer

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


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PAIR of 6 yr Black Percheron Geldings, 3 year old Belgain Gelding, Pair of 3 & 4 yr old Spotted Draft Geldings, Broke to all farm machinery. 2 & 3 yr old Black Percheron Geldings (choice) Marvin Coblentz, 992 US 62, Wilmot. (330) 359-5570. FOR SALE: Good broke Percheron geldings or mares. Registered. 1 mare in foul. David A Miller, 8859 Barrs Mill Road, Sugarcreek. (330) 852-1447 ext 1. 6 YEAR old standard bred gelding, black, TSS, slow, anybody can drive. Also 5 year old bay gelding, TSS. (330) 600-1762, leave message. DONNA IS A FANCY 3/4 DUTCH filly Black with a strip and 4 whites, and loves to show. (330) 600-0950 MULES FOR Sale: Team 9 yr old grays, 18 hands, $5500. Team 10 yr old blonds, 18 hands, $5500. Team 10 yr old blacks, 16.2 hands, $4000. All are farm broke. John Mark Troyer, (330) 852-3122. FOR SALE: One Holstein steer. Approx. 1100 lbs. Call 330-359-0810 Marlin.

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REGISTERED MORGAN horses for sale. Two 2 years old geldings and 1 Yearling filly. (330) 600-0466, leave message. 4 YR old Black Dutch Standard Bred Gelding, 4 white socks & stripe, TS, Needs work, Sire Vicabella. (330) 663-6985 TO BUSY to start that colt or sale fit your horse? Give us a call. Also horse boarding & shoeing. Reasonable rates. Hidden Meadow Farm, (330) 359-5267 ext 3. JERSEY STEER, weighing approx 1000 lbs. Jersey Bull Calves, $10 (330) 567-2721 4 YR old Percheron Gelding, Yearling Percheron Stallion, 10 yr old Standard Bred Mare. Mike Kurtz 8551 Harrison Rd Fredericksburg (330) 695-2174


2 HOL. Service age bulls. A-I sired. Joni Hostetler, 10454 Zuercher Rd., Dundee, 330-359-0290 x 3. FOR SALE: 7 yr old Standard bred Gelding, TSS, Has speed, good boys horse. (330) 473-5880

2 GOOD Used Bedroom Suits, also a few wooden hall trees. Allen Miller (330) 852-3912 VM

FOR SALE: 5 yr old Standard Bred Gelding, been in surrey a couple times. $2,500. 4 yr old Black Dutch Percheron Gelding, Surrey Horse. $3,000. Also 9 yr old Fresian Standard Bred Mare, Brood mare, good for short trips. $800. PY Stables (330) 600-0183 FOR SALE Service boar, red / black. (330) 852-2466. FOR SALE: One team of Haflinger Mares, 1/2 Sisters, Broke Green to drive Single & Double. Broke to ride. $550 OBO. (330) 695-2141

A SIX drawer dresser made of Hickory wood. Excellent condition. 330-231-4987 FOR SALE: CHERRY CURIO cabinet. $150. (330) 749-7874 OAK DINING Table, w/4 leaves & six chairs, Painted white. Good Condition. $500. OBO (330) 893-3920 RECLINER, DROP leaf kitchen table, 4 antique chairs, coffee table, 2 single bed metal frames, 1 single mattress set, automatic washer. Mark @ (330) 852-2982. WANTED: FINE cap pleater. Phone (330) 674-2349.

9 yr old black standardbred mare trotter, tss, good traveler, big enough for surry; 8 yr. old black standardbred gelding, tss, good traveler. Joseph Schlabach. 330-359-6134. FOR SALE: 3 Yr. old Morgan gelding. Chestnut, 4 white socks, blaze. T.S.S. Safe for women. H.J.P., 4678 T.R. 628, Millersburg, OH 44654 7 JERSEY and 1 HOLSTEIN cross heifers due after January 15. 330-359-1113. DUTCH/ BELGIAN cross, 6 year old mare, surrey horse, $2200. Ivan Yoder, (330) 897-1289. FOR SALE: 3 yr old Black Gelding P o n y , 52", Well Broke, TS, Good Traveler, $500 Also, (2) Coming 2yr old Percheron Geldings. David H Yoder (330) 893-2892 7 YR old Gelding, Trotter, by Larks Crown, TSS, Boys horse, ready for miles. $4,000. (330) 359-5674 4 YR old trotting mare with chrome , been in buggy 6 weeks, TSS. Also fresh 3 yr old gelding, nice. Joey Beechy, 330-600-0450.

Miscellaneous Merch.

POOL TABLE - Older table made by Sport Master, excellent cond. with all new accessories included, $150/all. (330) 674-1536 floor. 6 ft. loft insulated, double patio doors, four windows. Good cond. 330-275-0572 24 VOLT fork lift battery. Great for inverter system. $450. (330) 359-0243. FOR SALE. Kiln dried lumber, 4/4 prime pa red oak, $1.45. 4/4 prime brown maple, $1.25. 4/4 1-C brown maple, 85¢. 4/4 prime hickory, $1.25. 4/4 rustic hickory, 95¢. 4/4 prime poplar, $1.05. 4/4 prime cherry, $1.40. 4/4 walnut (mill run) 95¢. 4/4 sassafras, 1 & btr, 85¢. Mullet Run Lumber, 5474 TR 117, Baltic. (8 miles S of Millersburg) (330) 893-4085. FOR SALE: X-Box w/3 controllers and 10 games, School Desk, Electric Floor lamp. Call (330) 473-2325 GENTLY USED Holland grill. (330) 893-0814. NEW REUSABLE cloth diapers - 9 newborn diaper covers, 34 newborn stay-dry pre-fold diapers - $190/all OBO ($238 value). Call (330) 359-5626 VM FOR SALE: Used surry, hydraulic brakes, lights, storm front, roll up curtains, $1150. 330-359-0329. Willis Yoder. USED SURREY - very good cond. 6 years old. No storm front, $3200. 330-377-9891

FOR SALE: Large braided rug. Blue & tan, 134"x104". $75 obo. Mose J. Weaver, 9290 TR 609, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060. FOR SALE: Quilt tops, Brown & Tan, Log

Cross Gelding, Surrey Horse, TSS, $2,700. Eli H. Mast, 33321 CR 12, Baltic. (330) 897-0133

FOR SALE: 4 YR. old Revenue S's trotter, tss, family horse. (330) 359-5601 ext. 1.


SLEEP COMFORT Mattress, w/motors, good condition, $490. (330) 600-1569

FOR SALE: 7 yr old Big Black Persian 270

MASTER LAVEC gelding trotter. 11 yr. old T.S.S. safe for women to drive. Stands good to hitch and at corners. $1950. 33-852-2902

FOR SALE: '09 JD5065E Tractor 4x4, loader, 110 hrs $27,500, '05 Bobcat S220 Skid Steer 1300 hrs, 2200# lift $18,500, New Holland LS160 Skid Steer, 1700 hrs, $11,800, New Holland LS170 Skid Steer, 2100 hrs, $12,300, JD317 Skid Steer, 1600 hrs Hyd. Q-Tach, $13,750, JD5200 Tractor, 50HP, 2WD, 1200 hrs, $11,000, Kubota L35 Compact backhoe, 1600 hrs, $15,600, New rubber tired Manure Scraper $900, Case IH CX70 Tractor, 2WD, 65HP, Platform, 1600 hrs, $15,300. Jeff Miller 330-852-3029 leave message.

Household Furnishings FOR SALE: 12X20 storage barn. T-G

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.

NOTICE: FARMERSTOWN Livestock Auction will be having a standard bred horse sale Sat., Jan. 26. Already consigned, 7 year old gelding, sired by Valley Victor, nice surrey horse. 6 yr old Gelding, sire Master Lavec. Expecting several dealers from Indiana. Hay sale at 9:30 am. Horses at 10 am. For more information contact 330-897-3410.

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with Star Design, Size 94x118. Hunting Fishing Cabin Earthtone Colors, Trip Around the World,

MANSFIELD GUN Show. Jan. 26, 9-5, Jan. 27, 9-3. Admission: $5. Richland County Fair Grounds. Under 18 must be with adult. For Info. 330-806-1110. 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. 20 GA Pump Shot Gun, like new, $275 Horton Crossbow w/Scope, Quiver, & Arrows, excellent condition $300. (330) 600-2097 (2) 30-30 Winchester Rifles, 1 w/scope. Also (3) pump Shot Guns, Winchester & Mosburg, 20ga & 12ga. Allen Miller (330) 852-3912 8X42 KONAS binoculars, used very little, like new. New $90; would sell for $70. (330) 897-1423. WANTED: SAVAGE 212 or 220 Slug Gun. (330) 893-1426


FOR SALE. Couch, fold out single bed, $50.00. Almost new microwave, $70.00. 2 drawer filing cabinet, $25.00. (419) 989-2557. FOR SALE: Hitzer Stove, in good shape, reasonable. Eli L. Keim, 8526 TR 635, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. 26" TORO snow blower, model 7260E Power Max, 2011 model, used very little., $899. Sulky with platform, $550. (330) 674-4426.

1989 CHEVY Van, H.D. Hitch, $850. 6x12 Trailer, $150. 50+ Bales of hay. $7.50 ea. 40lb bales. (419) 994-3733 90,000 BTU fuel oil furnace, good working condition, $250.. Also aluminum 8 ft truck cap, $50. (330) 231-4706. 2.5 HP Honda for washing machine with mounts, excellent condition, $175. (330) 893-1716.

Miscellaneous Merch.

FOR SALE: Small Leader Maple Syrup evaporator. Used 2 seasons. Levi A. Swartzentruber, 3235 CR 168, Millersbur, OH 44654 FOR SALE: Buggy w/fiberglass w h e e l s , glass front, brakes, roll-up curtains. In good Condition. $2,300. (330) 359-0245

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

INVACARE PRONTO POWER Wheelchair, 2 yrs old, oversized, asking $475/neg.; Bariatic clawfoot cane, $30; Bariatic Rollator Walker, $50; Hospital over-the-bed table, $50. 330-674-1536

FOR SALE: Boy's buggy, fair cond. $800. Jacob Barkman. (330) 897-7115.

200 GAL Fuel Tank on stand. $200 (330) 359-0270

HOWMAN – TAYLOR AUCTION GOOD PRIMITIVES – GLASSWARE TOOLS ETC. Will sell in the Sprunger Building located at 4885 Kidron Rd. in the village of Kidron, OH. TUESDAY, JAN. 29, 2013 10:00 AM

GLASSWARE & COLLECTIBLES: Avon Cape Cod service for 12 plus serving pcs. and including 6 different styles of glasses & cups; Carnival including a Millersburg blackberry wreath bowl and a Fenton Stag & Holly bowl; milk glass; blue glass; Fenton; 2 goofus plates; Clear glass berry set; vases; cake stands; salt dips; punch bowl; salt & pepper shakers; cups & saucers; oil & candle lamps; and a lot more not listed; china, glass & metal bells; Swiss cowbell; some Budweiser mugs; 2 Budweiser 8 horse hitches; cast iron 8 horse hitch; chalk dog & cat; W.R. Peppard’s Meat Mkt. calendar (Smithville); War ration books; Old Teddy hand muff; old school books; Wayne Co. in the World War by Hauenstein; old postcards; steelyard scale; rug beater; babbitt ladle; slaw cutter; milk stool. FURNITURE & MISC.: Davenport; stands; pr. of red lamps; metal dbl. bed; King Size water bed; folding cot; leather swivel chair; 2 pc. flatwall china cabinet; Tri-Fold screen; elec. GWTW lamp; nice old spindle press-back rocker; New Haven 8 Day kitchen clock; Costume jewelry; old flatwall cupboard; port. record player; cookbooks; 2 nice 4 gal. lemonade crocks; lots of kitchen misc. & cookware; lots of SS flatware; roaster; Corning Ware pcs.; table linens; Daily Record pottery; Pfaff 230 port. sewing machine; wall hangers; plants including cactus; small GE counter top refrigerator; 4 - 8’ tables; metal folding chairs; Winslow Power Glide & Country skier; Health-O-Meter scale; 6 drawer work table. DRAFT HORSE CART & TOOLS; Oak draft horse cart made by Holmes Carriage w/ fenders & Meadowbrook style seat; 3 pt. York rake; lawn roller; Troy Bilt tiller w/8 hp Kohler engine; JD 314 lawn tractor (no engine); JD snow blower for 314; leaf vacuum; 1 section spike harrow; Alum. Ext. ladder; Ironsmith metal cutting band saw; Older 1in. air impact wrench & impact sockets; old Lincoln welder; air greaser; log chains; Mod. 3700 steam/pressure washer (Delco?); 50 gal. trailing sprayer w/engine; HD 12 speed floor mod. Drill press; work bench; vises; grinder; Craftsman bench top wood lathe & turning tools; Craftsman 12” 2 speed band saw; Pro Series Schumacher charger/starter; 2 in 1 jump start/ air compressor; roll pins; cotter pins; O-rings; grease fittings; wrenches; David White Transit; ext. cords; hand tools; 2 OH diesel fuel tanks; shovels; forks; rakes; post hole digger; 2 metal wardrobes. MRS. DONALD “ANNIE” HOWMAN, OWNER

FOR SALE: Salomon Snow Skis & Dal Bello Boots. Size 9-1/2. Poles included. Only used 3 times. $500 (330)857-0131 VM FOR SALE: Phone Shanty, like new. 51"x63". (330) 893-2583

Auction Conducted By:

FOR SALE: Good commercial sewing machine, works good. $600. or best offer. Aden Keim, 3510 Harrison Road, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627. 330-695-2284. MAPLE SUPPLIES: Tubing, Fittings, New clear Check Valve Taps, 10% off. Sugarhill Jugs 3gal, Sap Bags .35¢ Weaver Maple, 8183 TR 611, Fredericksburg, 44627. TOP BUGGY, brakes, LED lights, front, steel tires, good cond. Clyde Yoder, 3309 SR 39, Millersburg. (330) 893-1097. FOR SALE: Electric operated hospital bed & mattress, $175. Geriatric chair, $75. 330-364-6552. WORD PROCESSOR SERVICES Word processors, QuickBooks & misc setup, tutoring, (Batch) label & other custom templates. WP Solutions, Mark Miller (Holmesville). PH#(330) 763-1589

Lawn & Garden FOR SALE. Honda 3500 watt generator.

GRAVELY COMMERCIAL 10A w/snow plow, (330) 600-0950

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.

Miscellaneous Merch. 280

COUNTRY PRIMITIVES: Good old gas pump w;brass cylinder; Stitchin’ horse; Schnitzel Bunk (shaving bench); 2 hand boring machines; large manure draw fork; grain cradle; calf yoke; wagon wheels; Butchering tools; sausage stuffer; copper boiler; copper & brass kettles; 6 crosscut saws; buck saws; corn dryer; tin seed corn sign; 2 steelyard scales; other sets of scales; milk cans; good selection of old pulleys; wooden hide stretchers; crocks & jugs; hewing axe; mason tools; selection of block & molding planes; hand augers; froes; standing seam tool; 4 harness loom w/bench; spinning wheel; yarn wheel; pitcher pump; surrey pole; 2 tar buckets; clamp on sleigh runners w/5th wheel; wooden land skis; 20 metal sap buckets; buggy seat; hub caps; old mechanics tools; mallets; draw knives; buggy lamps; lanterns; ballot box; etc. FURNITURE: 2 reverse paintings (matching); folding day bed; high back wooden bench; 25 misc. wooden chairs – plank bottom, rockers, arm chairs, etc.; spool bed; plant stand; 3 legged stool; smokers’ stand; metal coal hod w/tools; 2 wooden beer barrels; wooden picture frames; wooden boxes; treadle sewing machine; school desks. BOOKS: 1819 German Bible that lists residents of Maryland, OH, VA by county; Henry’s Exposition (5 book set of Biblical explanations); Book press. NOTE: Many of these items previously belonged to the estate of Mary Firestone Taylor. The balance are owned by her son, Bill Taylor. This is a good bunch of rural American primitives with some unusual and rare items. Lots of items not listed. A few pictures are on the website. These items will sell in a second ring starting at 10:30 AM. TERMS: Cash or Check LUNCH STAND Mastercard – Visa – Discover 5% Buyer’s Premium Waived for Cash or Check DR. & MRS. WILLIAM TAYLOR, OWNERS

104x108, $180 ea Call (330) 275-5758

NRA/CCW COURSE- $45. Feb 16 & 17 or March 2 & 3 330-335-9205

Miscellaneous Merch. 280

Also 800 gal Mueller tank for storage. (330) 893-4360.

GRAVELY WALK behind mower Pro-50, $1,000.00. (330) 695-2303.

FOR SALE: Easy Entry Cart, latest model, standard bred size, Stutzman Wheels, LED Lights, like brand new. (330) 897-0850

POLY DUMP TRAILER, 4 years old, ideal for ATV/ garden tractor. $225. (330) 852-2466.

USED LEADER half pint evaporator, S S pans, arch, valves, very good cond. $500. 330-893-2802.


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Miscellaneous Merch. 300

The Holmes County Shopper News Pets Supplies 300

SNOW SKIS & poles with size 9 1/2-10 boots. Excellent condition. $200. Phone (330) 897-7290.

3 AKC PUG females, 1 black & 2 fawn. Also 3 AKC Boston Terrier males, 6 months old. (330) 893-1951


6 MONTH old Maltese male, ACA, good quality. $200. 330-893-0423 Ext. 2

Office Equipment

11X17 OFFICE COPIER, $100. (330) 852-2466.


Pets Supplies

10 MONTH old ACA Shih-Tzu male. Morkie male, 6 month old. Golden Doodle male, born 9/28/12. Golden Retriever puppies, born 12/4/12. Phone (330) 466-5097.

UKC Coonhounds 740-824-4692.



FOR SALE: 1 AKC Cavalier Blenheim female, 3 yrs old, $400. 2 AKC Shih-Tzu Gold, white females, 4 yrs old, $200. each. 330-897-0103 VM. FOR SALE: Black Lab mix, 14 months old male, black in color. (330) 231-4733.

Pets Supplies 300

PUPPIES, MIXED breed, tri-colored, 9 wks old. $15. (330) 674-2675 FOR SALE: American Eskimo Spitz female purebred, 10 month old, $250. Ervin Schmucker, 2301 TR 164, 852-3717 TOY POODLE puppies for sale, 2 females($500/ea.), 1 male($450), parents are 5 lbs. (330) 600-9120. BREED SELL-OUT! 2 French Bulldog, male, 9 French Bulldog Beagle Cross, female. All 2 yrs old and under. (330) 600-0838

GERMAN SHEPHERD male, pup, AKC, 8 weeks old, first shots & wormed. $350. (330) 893-2010.

HAVANESE PUPPIES AKC, males & females, 8 wks old. Also(1) 9 mo old male. Very nice colors to pick from. (330) 275-8658 leave message.

SHITZU MALE, 10 mo old, proven, good breeder or a great pet. $300 (330) 359-5143

FOR SALE: Puggle female - fawn colored; also Yorkie female. Ph. (330) 674-674-1160

WANTED: LARGE poodle male, prefer white or apricot. Also wanted: Young Sheba Inu male. (330) 749-1600.

F1B GOLDENDOODLE Female, 3-1/2 yrs old, cream. $375 (330) 897-1425

FOR SALE: 1-1/2 yr old proven English Bulldog male, aggressive natural breeder, brindle & white in color. $1,300. 330-893-9304

FOR SALE: 3 month old Beagle / B u l l d o g cross, male, shots/wormed. (330) 893-2328

AKC LASSIE Collie puppies. Born 11/26/12. Vaccinated and de-wormed. Nice markings. 330-473-2897.

AKC POM Puppies, 1 male, 1 female, chocolate w/white markings, ready Feb 16th. $200 OBO. (330) 893-1316

FREE. One older female Jack Russell & One 3 month old male mixed Jack Russell. Call (330) 674-2162.

AKC BOXER Breed Sellout 1 Brindle Female, 2 years. 1 Brindle Male, 3 years. 1 Flashy Fawn Female, 4 years. 1 Fawn Female, 5 years. All are proven averaging 8 puppies per litter, $1500 For Package.

CUR FEMALE, 18 months old, OMCBA registered, world champion bloodlines. Trees on caged coon. 330-567-5944 extension 1. WANTED: 893-3619




FOR SALE: 2 years old Puggle female, light color, $75. (330) 231-9545. FOR SALE: AKC Pug Male, 3 yrsold, Cute & Adorable, Pet Only. $100 OBO. 330-231-2043 FOR SALE: Flemish Giant Bunnies, ready to go. $15 ea. OBO. (330) 893-3729 COCKER SPANIEL Pups, 7 weeks, AKC. Males $600, females $650. All shots, wormed. 330-231-7464 FOR SALE: AKC Westie female. 7 yrs. old. 330-279-9068 PUPPIES FOR Sale! 1f Morkie, very cute, 1f Mini-Daschund, black/tan. $200 ea. (330) 279-2066 FOR SALE: 4 yr old White Cock-a-Poo female. Good mother, raised 6 pups in last litter. $250 Also Maltese male, Proven $100 Eli Burkholder 330-674-0356 x2 SMALL, YOUNG, registered Yorkie Females, for sale or trade for Shitzu or bigger Yorkie Females (330) 893-3619

KENNEL REDUCTION SALE - 1 male ACA Bulldog- 1-1/2 yr. old proven breeder. 330) 893-4157. FOR SALE: AKC Registered Newfoundland Puppies, Mixed color, Male & Female, Ready to go on Feb 11th. $800 (330) 897-3040 -or- (330) 231-1119

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3/4 WALKER coon hound, 1/4 Cur. Runs & trees. $200. obo. Ervin Raber, 6663 TR 519, Big Prairie, Ohio. 44611 after 5 p.m. BEAGLE FEMALE, runs rabbits, great for training pups, $50. 330-987-3952.

KENNEL SELL out, 10x16 with 12 inside/ outside runs & washdowns, 4 whelping units with washdowns. Poodles, Maltese & Shih-Tzus. Mast, 12711 Cunningham Road, Apple Creek. 330-439-8844.


12" HITACHI sliding chop saw, $225. 330-466-9363. YAMAHA EF 12000 DE, good cond., $1690. Yamaha EF 3000 with wheel kit, exc. cond., $1490. Millermatic 250 welder, good cond., $500. Phone (330) 674-4329.

WANTED: HAMMERMILL prefer PTO drive. (330) 695-9960 WANTED: Peaqua Bale Feeder. Leave message & state price. (330) 897-1348†x1.


WANTED: SEARS Cement Mixer, prefer 4 cu ft. (330) 377-4190



120 s. 2nd st, CosHoCton motivated selleR Multi-use building in prime commercial location. Former garage but many possibilities. $89,000 CuRt YodeR 330-204-2447 Kate oveRton 330-204-9339

DUNDEE PROPERTY w/3 rental incomes. $110,000. (330) 359-0270


Mobile Home For Sale

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Apartment Rentals

LINCOLN TERRACE APARTMENTS 1126 E. Main Street Ashland 419-289-3296 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments Refrigerator, Stove, 04600 AD12798596 216 Washer/Dryer Lincoln Hook Up Provided Terrace aparts


Duplex Rentals

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


Home Condo Rentals

3 BR, 1-1/2 BA 2 story House, Full Bsmt & Attic, with barn/garage, $600/mo + $600 dep. Lakeville. 740-645-9466.


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MILLERSBURG- 2 BR, $450 + utils. & dep.: Ref. req. Assist pets only. Phone (330) 674-2198. VERY NICE 2br apt in Berlin, living room, kitchen/eating area and 1/2 ba downstairs. 2br & full ba upstairs. Elect/Gas/Water furn. Coin operated W/D in basement. Avail first week in Feb. $600/mo + $600 dep. (330) 897-9045 Mon-Thurs 8am-4pm.


Comm. Property - Rent

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. DOWNTOWN SHREVE building for rent. Start your business-good traffic area, high visibility. $550/mo. (614) 419-2028.

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CR 320, Holmesville Nice 9+ acre building site. All wooded. Seller does not own mineral rights. $75,000. CuRt YodeR 330-204-2447 Kate oveRton 330-204-9339

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



Wanted to Buy

Home Condo For Sale

WANTED: 800-1200 Gallon Bulk Tank. Call (330) 567-3432

817 Geneva st, sW, suGaRCReeK 3 bdrm, 2 bath ranch home. 4th bdrm and family room in basement. Newer sunroom, updated bath and kitchen. Appliances stay. $130,000 CuRt YodeR 330-204-2447 Kate oveRton 330-204-9339


18 V BOSCH set. Includes sawzall, circular saw, jigsaw, planer, hammerdrill, flashlight, 3 batteries and charger, good condition. $300.00 obo. Phone (330) 988-4490.

WANTED: Good used dump trailer to haul wood, 1-2 ton; Also, drag elevator. Call (330) 893-3407




FOR SALE: 8HP Gx240 Honda Engine, Excellent Condition. $225.00. . 330-231-3701.

WANTED: USED Boys Buggy. (330) 893-4081




WANTED: PING pong table in good cond. 330-600-2488.

Tools Machinery




FOR SALE: AKC Golden Retriever puppies, family raised, females $350; males $300. (330) 852-2679.

3 YR old 1/2 Bulldog, 1/4 Boston Terrier, 1/4 Beagle, female, 8 puppies last litter. Leave message 330-567-2233.

5061 tR 339, milleRsbuRG 4 BR, 2 ½ Bath home on 6.8 wooded acres with wildlife galore. Great location just outside the city limits. Move in ready. You will like all that’s here. $249,000 JaKe sCHlabaCH 330-763-0889


3 yr. old English Redtick female, s t a r t e d on coon, best offer. (330) 893-3025 ext 2.

FOR SALE: Pallet forks for skid loaders, new & used, best quality - best price! Canadian made. 330-359-0150 Mt. Eaton Trailer LLC. Evening calls welcome.



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

Puggle Females, 2 and 4 years, $275. For the pair, call 330-359-0672, Leave Message. Marlin Mast.



AKC COCKER Spaniel Puppies, Black, Buff, males, & females. Shots, wormed & physicals. $500 Call after 3pm. (330) 674-2733

FOR SALE. UKC Registered Beagle female, runs rabbits, $100. obo. VM, (330) 359-5377.

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 LI

YOU GOT SCRAP, we got cash. Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980.

DOG KENNELS, 5 outside runs, 4'x10', 5 Inside stalls 4'x4'. Plus in and out doors. Used one summer, paid $2300, Best Offer. (330) 231-2821

WANTED: YOUNG beagle female. Call 330-674-4205

Wanted to Buy 460

WANTED: AKC young fawn Pug male, proven breeder. Roy E. Miller. (330) 897-7610

AKC English Bulldog Females, 7 months From Very Good Female, $1500. each. English Bulldog Male, 2 1/2 years, Mostly White, Very Aggressive AI, No Papers, $650. 3/4 Bulldog Female, 2 1/2 years, Mostly White, had 1 litter, $450.


Pets Supplies 355

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Millersburg Office 40 West Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Phone 330.674.7355 Fax 330.674.0612 10106015

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The Holmes County Shopper News Comm. Property - Rent 650

STORAGE UNITS for Rent at Copperhead Storage, Various sizes available. Just off of SR 93, between Sugarcreek & Dundee. Call for prices (330) 852-7633

Building Materials 775

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


VERY SMALL 3 br. mobile home on private lot near hospital in Millersburg. Assist pets only. Dep. & refs. req. $445/mo. +utililites. (330) 465-2573.


2003 ENVOY extended, Maroon, good cond. $7300. 330-852-4548. PAYING CASH, $300 - $1000 for unwanted cars, trucks & vans. Call Mike, 330-256-0458.


Child Care Service

DO YOU need to go work? I enjoy caring for your children in my home. Experienced. Sugarcreek/ Walnut Creek area. (330) 852-0109. BABYSITTING SERVICE available. Sugarcreek area. Mother that is caring, compassionate, responsible & available Monday thru Saturday. Call Summer at (330) 407-3549.



Trucks SUVs

1996 FORD Ranger, 175K miles, 4WD, regular cab, 5 spd standard, $2800. Phone (330) 231-1218. FOR SALE: 1985 Chevy 4x4 1/2-ton pickup, 132k mi., some rust, $2500. Berlin. (330) 231-5085 FOR SALE:1996 Chevy 4x4 extended cab 3/4-ton Goose neck hitch, trailer pkg. $4500. Call 330-231-3744



2004 Ford Freestar Runs Great, 147K Miles $2,600 330-231-4261 1996 GMC 8 passenger van, 152K, mechanically sound. $3000. obo. Call Mark @ (330) 852-2982.


Building Materials

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 FOR SALE: New 25' W 40' L and 16' H steel building. Never been built. Engineer instructions included. Call 330897-0065 3 1/2 inch cherry door casing w/ Acres stain, approx. 270 ft. 7 ft 10 in. thru 11 ft. $550. (330) 231-6373.

WE BUY junk cars 262-9300 CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.


Demos 08650&AD12337327 144 Rentals 66480 Available 4319 County Road 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654


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

Roofing & Spouting




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


FOR SALE: 1993 Olsen Propane furnace and some duct work. Good condition, $75. Aden Raber, 6800 SR 514, Big Prairie, OH 44611

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

1000 • Excellent cultivator • Lifetime warranty on tines

God is Love

OH 44627. (330) 359-0182

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


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


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


Taxi Limo Shuttle

VAN AVAILABLE for rent. 2008 Ford 15-passenger XLT, hitch receiver, privacy glass, reasonable rates, Millersburg. Schedule now. (330) 231-4493.

Hershberger (330) 231-1180. 15 yrs Exp. Hershberger Painting.

95¢ per mile. 330-763-3219.


Home Improvement We can work within the parameter of your 1070

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

budget for interior work. Call for free consultation. 740-294-4501.

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

Tree Service

WILL TRIM your trees, also cut down trees. David Hershberger, 6115 CR 77, Millersburg, OH 44654. Phone (330) 893-3407.

Holmes County


Motorcycles ATVs

18th ANNUAL Miller Lite Canton Motorcycle Swap Meet. Sun. Jan. 27, 10a.m.-4p.m. Call 1-800- 372-3726, ext. 443 for info

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.

Printing 1130

Cleaning stove, good condition. $100. Aden WILL DO hauling, mini van, 80¢ per PAINTED ROOMS $125. Call Ryan mile. I also have crew cab pickup truck, Schlabach, 3710 CR 200, Fredericksburg

FOR SALE: 17 ft MFG with 80 HP Mercury outboard, runs good, very good cond. or will trade for 16 ft aluminum with 99. 60 HP Evinrude with electric shift, runs, good condition. 65 HP Johnston, runs but needs work. 33 HP Johnston, needs work. For more information call (330) 674-2500.



FOR SALE: Small Warm Morning wood


Auto Parts Accessories

GOOD SET of 2 Tires, Goodyear Wrangler AT/S P225/70R14 $100 (330) 465-3387



Mobile Home Rentals 685



1400 SQ ft office space for rent. Available now. Call for rates. Internet available. 2394 CR 168, Dundee, OH. 330-275-4624.

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.

Lawn & Gardening 985

Building all types of wood & wire fences. Have ambusher to clear old fence rows. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813

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

Fencing 865



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The high-output 1.5-liter, 24-valve VTEC® V-6 engine produces 250 hp and an equally impressive 247 lb-ft of torque, putting the Ridgeline performance on par with some V-8 trucks. Yet it still has one of the highest mileage and lowest emission ratings in its class. • 250-hp, 3.5 liter, 24-valve, SOHC VTEC® V-6 engine • 5-Speed Automatic Transmission

• Variable Torque Management® (VTM-4®) 4-Wheel Drive System • 4-Wheel Independent Suspension • Locking Rear Differential


$188 PER MONTH/36 MONTHS.* $2,299 Total Due At Lease Signing (Includes down payment with no security deposit. Excludes tax, title, license & dealer fees. For well-qualified leasees)

36 month 36,000 mile closed end leases. For well qualified buyers approved by Honda Financial Services. Not all lessees will qualify, higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. Accord LX CVT, Pilot EXL AWD, Odyssey EXL, CRV EX AWD, Civic LX Auto and Fit Base Auto all require $2299.00 up front cash or trade equity plus tax, title, plates and documentary fee. 2012 Civic LX Sedan and 2012 Civic LX Coupe auto includes tax @ 6.25% Wayne County, title, plates and documentary fee. 0.9% financing for 2012 Civics for 60 months includes all taxes@ 6.25% Wayne County, documentary fee and 30 days tag or plate transfer included, for well qualified buyers. Lessee is responsible for maintenance, and excess mileage charges of .15 cents per mile on vehicles with a MSRP of $30,000 or less and .20 cents per mile on vehicles with a MSRP over $30,000 when over 36,000 miles. On all leases the first month is paid in advance with 35 monthly payments to follow. Offer good through 03-04-2013.

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda Used Cars

Powertrain Coverage

Non-Powertrain Coverage - Within New Car Warranty

The Honda Certified Cars Limited Warranty extends the powertrain coverage to 7 years*/100,000 miles.

The Honda Certified Cars Limited Warranty extends the nonpowertrain coverage by 1 year/12,000 miles to 4 years*/48,000 miles.

Genuine Honda Certified P7575


2011 Honda Odyssey EXL-RES


2010 Civic EX (Leather) Sedan


2010 Odyssey LX


2010 Accord EXL

We Specialize in the Sale of Honda Factory Certified Used Cars Exclusive in Wooster


Honda Certified Used APR Special Program 1.9% Financing 24-36 Months 2.9% Financing 37-60 Months

2011 Fit Sport

2010 Accord EX



2011 Fit Sport

2011 Civic LX


2011 Fit Sport


2010 Civic Coupe LX


2010 Accord Crosstour

Other Select Used Cars $ 9830A


2002 Seville Touring STS

$ P7585

$ P7559

2007 Tahoe LT AWD


2011 Sonata GLS


$ 9696A

$ P7557C


2005 Sienna LE

2007 Mazda 3 S Touring

$ P7584


$ P7565A


2011 Chrysler 200 Touring


2008 Saturn Vue XR

$ 9817A

$ 9775A


2007 Accord EX V6


2007 CRV EXL 4WD

$ 9803A


2004 Sable LS WGN

1.9% and 2.9% financing for well qualified buyers approved by Honda Financial Services. Not all buyers will qualify and higher interest rates are available. Good through Jan 31st 2013


Mon. - Thurs. 9:00 - 8:00; Fri. 9:00 - 6:00 Saturday 9:00 - 5:00


Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00


Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00

4600 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 Phone: 330-345-5200 888-244-6632 Fax: 330-345-5769

The Holmes County Shopper News

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4 Time Winner Mazda Gold Cup


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

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

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


34MPG Highway

On Sale For $14,515


#: 3828

0 DOWN ................... $225mo. x72mo. $ 1,500 DOWN ............ $200mo. x72mo. $ 3,000 DOWN ............ $175mo. x72mo. $

Tax & Fees due @ signing with Approved credit 740 Beacon 2.99% APR. See Sales for prices subject to change based on Mazda Program Changes.

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

NEW 2013 MAZDA 3 I SVA NEW JM1BLTF3D1723220 MSRP 35 MPG Auto, PW, AC, $ 18,345 Highway CD, and MORE! CARS On Sale For UNDER $17,686 #: 3841 $225 DOWN ............ $205mo./36mos./36K*** LEASE $$0* PER 1,500* DOWN ..... $165mo./36mos./36K*** $ $ MONTH FOR 3,000* DOWN ..... 120mo./36mos./36K*** *Plus Tax & Fees ***Closed end Lease w/approved Mazda Capital Credit. $50 purchase or $300 deposition fee .15¢ per mile overage fee, money & miles per year listed plus tax & fees due at signing. Prices subject to change based on Mazda programs.


MAZDA CERTIFIED STARTING AT 0.9% APR W/APPROVED CREDIT WARRANTY UP TO 7 YRS OR 100K 2011 Mazda CX9 Touring #P2256, 4 Dr., Touring, Leather Was $26,275

NOW $23,336

Buy For $335x72mo. 2011 Mazda 2 Touring 4 Dr., HB, Auto, Touring, #3470R, Was $17,185 ..................... $13,999 Own For $189x72mo. 2012 Mazda 5 Sport Seats 6, Great Fuel Economy, 31K, #P2227 ......................................$16,468 Own For $230x72mo.

*Limit one per household must be 18 or older

2010 Mazda 6I Sport Beautfiul Auto, Great Condition, #3812A .............On Sale For $11,335 Own For $159x66mo. 2012 Nissan Versa SV Great Fuel Economy, Factory Warranty, #P2242 ...............SALE $13,600 Own For $183x72mo. 2011 Chevrolet Impala LT Clean, Auto with Alloys and More, #P2265 .................. Only $190x72mo. 2009 Honda Fit Sport Immaculate, 1 Owner, 10K, #3827A .......................................Only $14,775 Own For $199x72mo. 2011 Toyota Camry LE Clean, Auto, Full Power, Factory Warranty, #P2246 .................SALE $15,995 Own For $220x72mo. 2012 Honda Accord EXL Immaculate, 7K, Just Arrived.................................................Only $21,990

2012 Mazda 3 Hatch I Touring 2010 Acura TSX Skyactiv with 39 mpg Highway, auto, loaded, #P2276 .......Only $17,999 Tech Pkg, 1 Owner, 14k, Immaculate with Lots of Extras, #P2271 .......... Only $359x72mo. 2011 Mazda CX-7 Sport TRUCKS VANS SUV’s Pwr Equipped, 28 mpg hwy, low miles, #P2244, Was $21,175 ....Only $18,690 2012 DODGE RAM 1500 4WD SLT #P2247, Quad Cab, New Tires, Own For $265x72mo. 2010 Mazda CX9 GT AWD Factory Warranty, Loaded, Silver & Black, #P2261 .............................................Only $23,990 Was $26,626 Own For $355x72mo. NOW $22,999 Buy For Only $329 x 72 mo 2013 Mazda 6 I GT Retired factory demo, 14K, #P2268, Was $29,000...............NOW $23,995 2005 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 Ext. Cab 4.0 6cyl auto ac and Own For $345x72mo. more, #3763TB ....................................................Only $8,995


#P2258, 42 mpg Highway, Auto, 9000 mile, immaculate Sedan, Leather Heated Seats

NOW $21,990 Buy For Only $319x72 Mo. ALL USED CAR PAYMENTS WITH $2013 DOWN

With approved Credit 740 Beacon @ 3.99% APR Unless Noted & Term Listed Next to Payment. $2013 plus tax and fees due @ signing. See Sales for details.

2006 Mazda Tribute S 4x4 Loaded, 1 owner w/Svc Records, #3848A..................................SALE $9,999 Own For $143x63mo.

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

2009 Dodge Grand Caravan SE Stow & Go Seating, Ready for a Family, #P2254A ..................SALE $11,402 Own For $155x69mo. 2007 Mazda CX7 GT AWD Loaded w/Bose, Moonroof & More, #P2259...........................SALE $13,999 Own For $205x66mo. 2006 Nissan Titan SE Crew Cab, 4WD, FFV, #P2250, Was $18,550 .......................SALE $16,490 Own For $245x66mo. 2007 Nissan Pathfinder 4WD, 4 Dr., LE, Leather, BOSE, #P2253 Was $16,400 ..............SALE $13,790 Own For $200x66mo. 2007 Toyota Sienna Limited AWD Very Rare, Loaded with DVD and Navigation, # 3786TTA1B .................................................ONLY $14,994 2006 Ford Ranger Sport Ext Cab 4x4 Stunning 4.0 6 Cylinder, Low Miles, #P2248 .......................SALE $14,955 Own For $212x69mo. 2008 Subaru Tribeca AWD Pwr Equipped, Very Clean, Auto, Must See, #P2255 ............................................ SALE $16,991 Own For $245x69mo. 2008 Honda CR-V EX AWD 5 Dr., Was $19,408.....................................................................SALE $17,853 Own For $259x69mo. 2005 Nissan Armada SE 4x4 Loaded 7 Passenger, Immaculate w/ DVD Leather and 67K, #P2274..............................ON SALE FOR $18,495

BUDGET 2003 Oldsmobile Bravada 4 Dr., AWD, Very Clean, #3824TA ........................................................ Was $7,930 SALE $6,499 2003 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr., Sdn., GT, Stunning, #3798TB ........................................................ Was $6,532 SALE $4,995 2004 Mazda 6 I Loaded with Leather, auto and more, #3840TA ............................................................................ ONLY $2,995 50 USED CARS IN STOCK FEATURING OVER 20 4X4 & AWD VEHICLES SCAN HERE TO EXPLORE OUR ENTIRE INVENTORY!



EXPIRES 1-31-2013

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


4404 CLEVELAND RD. • WOOSTER TOLL FREE#.............1-877-232-3370 PHONE#..................330-345-8506 open 24/7

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The Holmes County Shopper News

BIG SALE • • •


05 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4

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







07 Buick Lucerne CXL




08 Toyota Tundra Crew 4x4 SR5





11 Chevy Traverse LT AWD

Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Seat, Aluminum Wheels.








08 Pontiac Torrent


Power Windows & Locks, Power Seats, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

06 Honda Ridgeline 4x4

Power Seat, Sunroof, Leather, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

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

08 Chevy Impala SS




12 Chevy Cruze LT

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

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


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


08 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4




06 GMC Yukon SLT 4x4

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


Power Sunroof, 6-Disc CD Stereo, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels.

Power Seats, Heated Leather, Moon roof, Running Boards, TV/DVD, Bose Speakers, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

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


07 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS

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


05 Chrysler 300 Touring


07 Mitsubishi Outlander 4x4




07 GMC Envoy Denali 4x4 Power Heated Leather, Power Sunroof, Bose Speakers, Alloy Wheels, Air.




10 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4

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



11 Chevy HHR LT

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



07 Saturn Outlook AWD Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels.



06 Chevy 1/2 Ton EXT 4x4 5.3L V8, Auto, Air, Locking Differential, Tow Package.



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



07 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4x4

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



CHUCK NICHOLSON Sale Good Thru 1/31/13

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

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

Bill Hatfield

Pat Kaiser • • •


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

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Holmes County Shopper, January 24, 2013