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January 31-February 6, 2013: Vol. 11, No. 43; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 5 Entertainment: Pages 8-9 Farm/markets: Pages 10, 18 Home improvement: Page 11 Organic: Pages 12-13 Taxes: Page 18 Obituaries: Page 23 Sports: Pages 19-22, 24

Highest level of customer service Autoworks Collision Center known for above-average turnaround for repair

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer With locations in Holmesville and Wooster, Autoworks Collision Center has been serving Ashland, Holmes, Wayne and surrounding counties with a goal of providing the highest level of customer satisfaction in collision repairs and customer service. The services offered run the gambit: Autoworks performs comHolmes Christian plete collision repair and refinishing on all makes Women to meet; and models and serves RSVP by Feb. 1 as a direct repair center for insurance claims. The Homes County Autoworks also accomChristian Women’s Club modates self-pay repairs, will begin its 37th year after-hour drop-offs and with the Tuesday, Feb. 5 pick-ups and offers free meeting, at Der Dutchlocal shuttle service, man in Walnut Creek from rental assistance, laser 9:30-11:30 a.m. The proequipped frame and unigram will feature Sandy body repair and computSmith, “Joy in the Midst of erized alignments. Struggles.” Her program “We have above-averwill include scripture, , arfor , age turnaround vehiSubmitted photo ra ranty hymns and original poems ar d dW Ai Ainty ing ing ar ar He He stica’s Best cleW Beer ica’s Am Am repair,” said owner Autowork Collision Center’s Wooster location, built in 2009 on Lincoln Way, has room to service of er inspiration. Collections ! ! ide ide nw nw tio nase natio ceth ceDave rvi serviwi with accumulated Rabatin. 30 cars at a time. are being ce & rvice & with Servichips, ForSe vehicles for the Lifting Hearts es vicin dear ghe g devic arinnt ir Re ir he sors, as well as paint-less shopping carts. or es small dents and dings. to paint, which is a good ntrunaway Repadents curre scratches, orpa bumps, ur cu Bereavement Group of yo your inTra in rre de de Tra dent repair for every“We have customers Often, we can have those savings for the customer Autoworks offers mobile ur ur yo yo Pomerene Hospital. & & of of s s % % ing ing an an 50 50 Cle Cle to to up up e e iv iv ce ce thing from hail dents, ball who will bring vehicles small dents and dings re re d d of paint chips, an an * trim repair * Adjustments Adjustments neofwf a taken newout without having See Pg. 4 — AUTOWORKS a door dings tose toprha us with hail damage f See Pg. 7 — CALENDAR of windshields and interi- dings andal ice ice pr se rc purcha pu al



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Autoworks (Continued From Page 1) and the insurance company and makes for a much quicker turnaround time,” said Rabatin. Autoworks can also do repairs on blemishes and cuts to the interior, dash or door paneling. With room to service more than 30 cars at a

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time, Autoworks newest shop — built in 2009 on Lincoln Way — offers customers amenities in addition to service, such as a children’s room, offices and a drive-through awning for wet days. “We took all the ideas that we liked and put them into the building. It has all the same equipment as Holmesville, so it’s all up-to-date for frame equipment and measuring,” said Rabatin. Autoworks is committed to staying up-to-date on the latest technological advances in the industry. To do so, the shops incorporate state-of-theart equipment and technologies to ensure that all repairs are made with quality, and technicians are certified to guarantee that they are up-to-date on new technology in the everchanging auto industry. “We’re in the top 10

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percent of body shops in Ohio in terms of equipment,” said Rabatin. In Holmesville, Autoworks specializes in servicing and repairing pickup trucks. “We work on more pick-up trucks there than at any other of our locations, and it’s set up real well to work on pick-ups with an alignment rack and two frame racks,” said Rabatin. “The vehicles go through the shop very smoothly with the way that we have the shop set up. We have dedicated body and dedicated paint.” The Lincoln Highway location also features three frame racks. Submitted photo Each shop is equipped Autoworks Collision Center performs complete collision repair and refinwith bake booths, which ishing on all makes and models and serves as a direct repair center for allows Autoworks staff to insurance claims. At the Holmesville location, Autoworks specializes in bake on the paint in order servicing and repairing pick-up trucks. to professionally seal it. “When you have a said Rabatin, explaining factory would do it. We repair process, and at the baked on finish, it’s very that un-baked cars might want our paint jobs to be Holmesville facility, the durable and it makes have solvents evaporat- comparable to the (Origi- shop uses a four-wheel for a much more pleas- ing from the finish for nal Equipment Manufac- alignment machine. “That really is a great ant job. You don’t have months. “If you bake it, it turer) finishes.” Another advantage of piece of equipment the new paint smell of smells clean and odorless cars that aren’t baked,” because it is more like the baking a vehicle, said because it gives us the Rabatin, is that a car can ‘before’ computerized be painted in the morn- data and the ‘after’ coming, baked, then put out in puterized data, so that we any weather — rain and know what the vehicle snow included — without was like when we first any adverse effects to the started the alignment and paint job. what the vehicle was like Autoworks also uses after the alignment,” said PPG Global paint, what Rabatin, noting that most Rabatin calls “a notch body shops lack this piece above what many facili- of equipment. “This alignties use on their vehicles.” ment rack here is cuttingAutoworks uses spot edge, very user friendly welders, factory-like and very accurate.” pieces of equipment that add to the quality of the See Pg. 7 — AUTOWORKS

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Community Everybody doesn’t have to know everything about everyone “What goes on under a neighbor’s quilt is nought to me.” — Robert Newton Peck, from “A Day No Pigs Would Die.” Too bad we don’t carry this philosophy today. It seems we think we always have to know what’s going on with everyone, that we need to know every intimate detail in the lives of everyone. I think back to when Bill Clinton was president. I was just as appalled as everyone else by his behavior, but why did we have to know it all? Shouldn’t it have been handled, as it is in most families, as a pri-

vate matter? And poor Chelsea Clinton! Did she really need to have her father’s indiscretions plastered over every newspaper, magazine and television in the world? President or not, celebrity or not, unless people’s indiscretions are keeping them from doing their jobs, then it’s none of our business! We frequently make snap judgments about the behavior of people

without knowing all the facts, and without considering how many times we have done “bad” things ourselves. We all want easy, pat little answers to everything in life, and life just doesn’t work that way. Let me say that cheating is one thing I am not tolerant of; I believe if there’s something wrong in a relationship, you take steps to fix it or you end it. But still, who are we to question someone else’s motives? We do not know what motivates people. Nothing excuses the behavior, of course, but perhaps there are mitigating circumstances we don’t know about,

Church briefs Sue Thomas to speak at Pleasant View Mennonite Church

salad and/or applesauce, Italian bread, dessert and beverage. Entertainment will be by Jeremiah Stivers, musician and humorist. Stivers grew up in Holmes County and left for Sue Thomas’ journey as a profession- a while, not planning to return. “God al public speaker came with her total had different plans for me,” he revealed. surrender at the foot of the Cross and In 2012, Stivers returned to Holmes of giving back to Him the gift of her County and is the Associate Minister at voice. Ripley Church of Christ. Stivers’ family The world knows her as the inspira- includes his wife, Ariel and son, Liam. tion behind the TV series, Sue Thomas: Some parking is available on the lower FBEye  — the church knows her as a level by the Fellowship Hall. witness for Christ. To help with planning food, call 330Aside from filling the church pulpits 763-4031 or 330-378-2601; leave a mesfor well-known pastors such as  Rick sage with your name and number of Warren, Jack Hayford,  Robert Schul- people attending if no one answers. ler, Chuck Swindoll, James Kennedy Those who wish may make a donation and many others, Thomas is also known that day to help defray expenses. for her ministry at women’s and youth events. Thomas will be a special guest speakCommunity Social er on Sunday, Feb. 3, at 10:20 a.m. at Pleasant View Mennonite Church. Day is Feb. 14 A benefit lunch will be held for Jesse Community Social Day will be held and Rhoda Wengerd. Jesse lost his job at Renner’s St. Paul United Church of due to current health issues. The menu Christ on Feb. 14 (second Thursday of includes: chicken noodle and chili each month), 11 a.m.-3 p.m. It’s Valsoup, sliders and Jell-o cake. Everyone entine’s Day — take your sweetheart. is invited to stay and donations will be Lunch is soup, sandwich, salad and desaccepted. sert. Freewill offering supports outreach Pleasant View Mennonite Church is programs. The day’s activities include located at 3391 U.S. 62, Millersburg. knotting comforters, sharing old neighCall 330-893-2808. borhood pictures and lots of fellowship.

Senior citizens invited to lasagna meal Senior Citizens of the Nashville community are invited to a free lasagna meal on Saturday, Feb. 9, at noon in the Fellowship Hall of the Nashville Church of Christ, just east of Nashville Elementary. This “Winter Luncheon” is a chance to chat with neighbors and friends. Be certain to invite others. The theme will be snowmen and birds. Door prizes will be given. The menu will include choice of chicken, vegetable, or regular lasagna, tossed

Renner’s St. Paul is located on Tuscarawas County Road 41 near Coshocton County Road 93 (7620 Renner Road SW.)

Donations needed Donations are needed to help troubled boys. The Trading Post Thrift Store is located at 7703-B state Route 241, just west of Mount Hope. All proceeds will go to support the Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp. Donations can be taken to the store or dropped off at Ray Shaum’s located at 2678 S. Kohler Road, Orrville. Call 330-857-5516 or 330-464-1261 for information.

and it’s likely none of our business to know about it. I have, many times in my life, been aware of some gossip which I never let get beyond me and those involved. When situations came to light and I was asked why I’d never spoken, my answer has always been “Because it was nobody’s business.” We are a society with no boundaries anymore. We display the innermost secrets of our lives on social networking websites, spew our private matters for public consumption, and even act out in public on disputes that would

best be dealt with in private. Our society has no regard for privacy anymore. Our marriages, career foibles and educational failures are broadcast to the public at large. And for what purpose? So the public’s ravenous appetite to live vicariously through others can be fed? As kids today like to say, “Get a life, people!” Stop living through others and live through yourself. The problem remains that newspapers, tabloids, social networking sites, talk shows and even once-respected news networks now spew more

gossip than real news. But they would not be producing a product no one wanted to buy. The fault does not lie with producers and creators, whose job it is to give what the public wants; the fault is our own, our need to window-peep on others in some twisted attempt to believe our lives are better than theirs. (NOTE TO MY READERS — My two eBooks, Dancing With the Skeleton and Mama’s Mumblings are available on for those with a Kindle or other eReader. You can also download the books on your computer.)

Community briefs New arrivals EMMETT JAMES was born Jan. 9 at Wooster Community Hospital to Nichole and Gary McCluggage of Holmesville. He weighed 8 pounds and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Wilbur and Karen McCluggage of Holmesville and Henry and Carol Blubaugh of Smithville. Great-grandparents are Mark Markley of Millersburg and Dorthea Bickel of Warsaw.

Scholarship available for fire-fighting, medical studies

CHIP assistance applications available

CHIP assistance is now available for Holmes Prairie Township County residents. There Endowment Fund is will be funds available offering the Daniel O. for owner rehabilitation, Schlabach scholarship to emergency repairs, home residents of the primary repairs and rental rehab. coverage area or fam- Millersburg Village has ily members of an active been designated a priordepartment member that ity target area. Applicaare potential students of tions from the village of medical or fire-fighting Millersburg will take prestudies. This scholarship is cedence over all applirenewable. cations until the grant For application send A GIRL, Chloe Noel, request to: Prairie Town- objectives have been met. was born Jan. 16 to Chad ship Volunteer Fire Depart- If no applications are and Christen Troyer of ment Endowment Funds, received within 90 days, Millersburg. She weighed P.O. Box 268, Holmesville the target funds along 7 pounds, 11 ounces and 44633. Deadline is April 1. with the remaining funds will be released county was 19 inches long. He wide. joins a brother, Wyatt. For more information Grandparents are Pomerene Family and an application, contact Roger and Beth Morris Care extends Mary Hoxworth at Holmand Mary J. Troyer, all es County Planning Comof Millersburg. Great- office hours grandparents are Larry Pomerene Family Care mission at 330-674-8625. and Kay VanSickle of is extending office hours Millersburg, Clara Mor- during the cold and flu ris of Killbuck and Edna season. Debra DeHass- Donations Troyer of Sugarcreek. Lehr, FNP-BC, will be available an additional 10 needed for A BOY, Silas Glenn, was hours per week to accom- Wolf Creek born Jan. 2 to Matthew modate patients. and Laura LePine of SumHours are: Monday, 7 Cemetery merville, S.C. He weighed a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday, 7 a.m.Wolf Creek Pleasant 8 pounds, 12 ounces and 5 p.m.; Wednesday, 7 a.m-6 Valley Cemetery is now was 21 inches long. He p.m.; Thursday, 7 a.m.-2 accepting donations to joins a brother, Connor, 5. p.m.; and Friday, 9 a.m.-5 pay for mowing of the Grandparents are David p.m. cemetery grounds. Any and June Lingenfelter of Call 330-674-3333 to amount appreciated. Call Holmesville and Glenn schedule an appointment. Robert L. Croskey, 330and Paulette LePine of Pomerene Family Care 276-3322. Donations may Goose Creek, S.C. Great- is located in the Millers- be sent to Croskey at 12049 grandfather is Raymond burg Medical Center, 1261 U.S. 62, Killbuck 44637 or LePine of Goose Creek, Wooster Road, Suite 200, Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box 284 S.C. Millersburg. Killbuck 44637.

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Autoworks (Continued From Page 4) The print-out produced by this Snap-on John Bean Alignment Rack is readable by almost anyone, said Rabatin, a feature he most appreciates. “I can take the alignment print-out and show it to anybody who doesn’t know anything about alignments and I can explain to them really easily what the vehicle was like before and after, and they can clearly see it,” he said. At Autoworks, doing more than is required is

part of the culture, said Rabatin, and the staff at Autoworks wants every customer to walk out of the shop knowing that the best service and quality vehicle repairs were received. “No matter what type of a vehicle — whether it’s an old vehicle, a new vehicle or one that we can’t do anything to — we want our managers to treat customers with the same level of importance with total respect and patience,” said Rabatin, noting that it’s also important that estimates

are in-line with customers’ expectations. “We like good communication between our customers and our managers.” All vehicles are returned to the customer washed on the outside and cleaned on the inside. And if a customer needs a service Autoworks can’t perform, the shop will provide a name and phone number of someone Autoworks can trust to do the job. Autoworks works with these quality local companies, such as Wooster

Glass Company, Jim’s Rust Proofing and area parts stores, to provide top service to customers. As an off-shoot of that commitment to working with local companies, Autoworks is helping Dave Firebaugh start up a restoration shop in Millersburg. At the Millersburg shop, Firebaugh will take vehicles apart, take the parts to another shop to get sandblasted and primed then go to Autoworks for the bodywork and painting. Then, the parts go back to the restoration

shop to be fully restored with chrome and trim. “It should really speed up the turnaround time for people who want to have their vehicles restored,” said Rabatin, noting that such an organized and stream-lined restoration process will speed up the time-consuming process. “For people who have older cars — say you have a car grandpa had and you want to fix it up but don’t want to spend the next 10 years or more of your life doing it — you can schedule a date and

proceed with it.” That shop is expected to open mid-2013. Autoworks Collision Repair can be found at three locations: In Wooster at 1457 W. Old Lincoln Way, Wooster 44691; in Holmesville at 305 Benton Road (County Road 189), Holmesville 44633; and at Underwood Motors in Wooster, 2626 Cleveland Road, Wooster 44691.

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be served Saturday, Feb. 2, from 4-7 p.m. at First United Church of Christ, 526 W. Main St., Sugarcreek. Cost is by donation and the meal is sponsored by the Garaway Lions and Lioness Club.

fighters and EMTs will be serving a light meal to all who stop in to donate blood. Enter to win two tickets to the department’s monthly All-YouCan Eat Ham Dinners. The Wilmot Fire Department is at 204 Mill St., one block from the intersection of U.S. Routes 62 and 250. For more information on the Aultman Blood Center, contact Aultman Blood Center recruitment coordinator Stefanie Reninger at 330363-5008.

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Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

Calendar (Continued From Page 1) Reservations are due by Feb. 1 to Mary Ann at 330-674-2767, Rheba at 330-343-7046 or

Walnut Creek Elementary School on Olde Pump Street will offer a haystack breakfast on Feb. 2 from 8-11 a.m. Come support the school Blood drive and plans for repairing the basketball court, as to be held in well as educational proHolmesville grams sponsored by the A blood drive will be Parent’s Advisory Comheld Saturday, Feb. 2 at mittee. Carry-out will be Holmesville Church of available and donations Christ, 204 W. Main St., accepted. There will drawHolmesville, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. ings for gift baskets. Call For more information the school for more inforcall Margi Oller 330-674- mation at 330-893-2213. 7723 or dawdys@embarqSpaghetti dinner


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Wayne County Honors Band concert to be held Sunday The 2013 Wayne County Honors Band concert, sponsored by Tri-County Educational Service Center, will be held Sunday, 2:30 p.m., at McGaw Chapel on the campus of The College of Wooster. Guest conductor will be Stephen Gage of Youngstown State University; the Scot Symphonic Band from The College of Wooster, under the direction of Ned Brooks, will be featured as the guest band. Participating schools are Black River, Chippewa, Dalton, Hiland, Hillsdale, Loudonville, Mapleton,

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Registration is required Northwestern, Norwayne, Rittman, Smithville, Tri- and may be done by callway, Waynedale and West ing the library at 330-6831065. Holmes. The concert is free and open to the public. Chocolate Daze

Chocolate facts topic of program Among the facts to be discussed at an Orrville Public Library program on Feb. 7 will be that chocolate originally began as a beverage, at one time cacao beans were considered valuable enough to use as currency and chocolate was not introduced to the United States until 1755. Representatives of Coblentz Chocolates of Walnut Creek will present the program. Free samples will be provided.



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They traditionally play all of the favorites, as well as some new pieces. Many times during the performance Banjo Bill will put down his horn and lead the audience in singing some favorites. They may even parade up and down the aisles of the church. He noted Banjo Bill invites local musicians to join in with the group. Musicians wanting to play along should arrive before 2:30 p.m.

German Museum hosts ‘Old Christmas’ celebration

Feb. 11-16: Sweet On You Berlin, OH

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2013 Relay aims to raise money to support multiple sclerosis research so that a cure for the disease might one day be found, thereby eliminating both its physical and financial burdens. 2013 to take The course will mimic the 2010 trans-continental run over downtown the event’s founder, AshWooster Feb. 8-9 ley Kumlien, ran on behalf of her mother on the 30th Historic downtown anniversary of her fight Wooster will become against MS. solid chocolate Feb. 8 and A fun and thrilling chal9, as more than 30 merlenge, the relay will get chants mark Chocolate under way in Los Angeles Daze 2013 with everyin mid-April and will wrap thing from chocolate Mardi Gras in in New York City five diamonds and hot chocoMS Run the U.S. up months later. In between, late, to chocolate-covered Smithville on 2013 Relay in need participants will take on a bacon and “Willy Wonka Feb. 10 140-mile leg of the crossand the Chocolate FacMardi Gras will come to of distance runners country journey, where tory.” Distance runners are they will run about 20-30 The event is free to the Smithville on Feb. 10 at public and no pre-regis- the Smithville Commu- invited to participate in miles daily over the course tration is required. Most nity Historical Society’s the MS Run the U.S. 2013 of 5-6 days. Distance runners who merchant participation is Historic Church of God, Relay, which is slated for April 16-Sept. 6. It will be would like to get in on during regular business 147 N. Milton St. The 2:20 p.m. program, divided into 22 segments, the inaugural MS Run the hours, unless otherwise according to Dana Kier- and is currently seeking U.S. Relay can apply for a specified. While many of the choc- stead of the society, will 10 Running Partners to coveted Running Partner olates are found in the resemble New Orleans’ take part in each leg of spot online at http://www. form of giveaways, other seasonal festivities in this coast-to-coast run. promotions give shoppers terms of the music played Each segment covers sale prices on chocolate and the beads that will be about 140 miles of run- Baltic Area items, as well as special given out to the audience. ning over the course of six Historical Society discounts on regular store Kierstead said it will be days. All proceeds raised will support MS research. an afternoon of Dixieland The Baltic Area Hisinventory. All of the participants music and entertainment. The never-before-done torical Society Museum Performing will be aspect of the relay will will be open 1-5 p.m. on are within walking distance of each other, a troupe of traveling also raise awareness of the third Sunday of each month. though there will be troubedors that has per- multiple sclerosis. Equal parts ultra-distance It is located in the baseample free on-street and formed under several names, including “The running and fundraiser, ment of the Baltic State municipal lot parking. The event is co-spon- Hymns of Dixieland.” the MS Run for the U.S. Bank. sored by Main Street Wooster Inc. and the Wooster Weekly News. For more information, contact Beverly Chrapowicki, Main Street Wooster project coordinator, at 330-262-6222 or email A full listing of participants and specials can be found at www.mainstreetwooster. org in the event calendar, or at

On Saturday, Jan. 5, the board members of the German Culture Museum hosted an “Old Christmas” celebration at the Museum, which is located in the lower level of the Walnut Creek Community Building. “Old Christmas,” or Epiphany has been celebrated by the GCM seven times in it’s 30-year history. This year’s gathering was a special occasion of appreciation and thank you for the museum members and volunteers. GCM board members participated in the 4-6 p.m. program. John Hochstetler started with a welcome and introductions. Larry and Judy Westfall served as greeters. Kermit Miller and Larry Neal offered reviews of the 2012 season and a glimpse of this year’s upcoming exhibits. Pam Miller dec-

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German Culture Museum Board members hosted an “Old Christmas” celebration at the museum on Jan. 5. This year’s gathering was a special occasion of appreciation and thank you for the museum members and volunteers. orated for the 12th day of Christmas with fresh pine and holly greenery.

A Christmas tree was trimmed with antique ornaments that belonged

to Ruth Schlabach. See Pg. 9 — GERMAN

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Culling the herd four wheels at a time After serially outgrowing first a tiny, two-door hatchback; then a fourdoor sedan; and eventually even an average-sized station wagon; my family ultimately settled into traveling the planet in the mother of all station wagons — a Chevrolet Suburban. Now, 12 years and 5,000 gallons of gasoline later, a day I once only dared but imagine has arrived — the trend toward bigger has finally begun to reverse! My family is contracting! In reality, there are just as many of us Lorsons as ever, but the need for a vehicle capable of carrying all of us at once has diminished. Four of the five people in our house are now entirely capable of driving themselves around, and frankly it seems as if they prefer to do just that. Consequently, the utility of owning and maintaining a vehicle capable of carrying seven people, two dogs, a dozen bicycles and a standard ton of camping gear has been largely erased.

We knew it would someday make sense to say goodbye to our beloved family vacation machine, but the ceaselessly loyal beast (longago dubbed “the great, white people-hauler”) refused to give us a truly compelling reason to do so. And even though she’s spent the vast majority of her time the past few years stabled quietly in a warm garage, she’s leapt to life and rumbled down the road each time duty has called. Most recently she’d carried the lot of us to a beach a thousand miles away and delivered us safely home again without so much as a burp. Great White has been loyal, dependable and true for the duration of her career and may have remained

with us forever, eventually pastured happily out back and trotted forth for parade duty and the occasional classic car cruise-in had her fate not been tied to that of her diminutive stablemate, Zippy. It has never been my intention to live in a home where cars outnumber licensed drivers, yet mysteriously that’s exactly where we’ve ended up — four vehicles for three drivers — with Charlotte away at school in her own ride. Mind you, only one of these cars (Kristin’s, of course) was built in this century and the average age of the entire bunch is an impressively road-saltdefying 15 years. Kristin’s car is also the only one that boasts a fair market value beyond what I might pay for a decent mountain bike. In order to explain how a simple pair of cars blossomed into a fleet, we’d need to step back through decades of family history. I really don’t have that kind of space here. Let’s just

say that people kept turning 16 around here and I kept finding bargains — perhaps the greatest of which was a little, red Neon. “Zippy” was well up in years when I bought her from my sister-in-law for a song. She was intended for our soon-to-be 16-year-old daughter, Charlotte. However, on the very first drive home I fell in love. Charlotte never drove Zippy — not even once! I picked up a ratty little S-10 for a couple hundred bucks just to shut her up, which worked

out wonderfully for me, as Charlotte eventually bought her own car out of sheer embarrassment. Her less narcissistic brother still drives that truck. Zippy became my every day runner and the Suburban became essentially an RV, rolled-out only for camping trips, vacations and the like. Once those types of adventures became fewer and further between, Kristin and I agreed that it would make sense at some point to replace Great

White and Zippy with a single car positioned somewhere between the hulk and heft of a Suburban, with the sprite and spunk of a Neon. That moment arrived as Zippy fell to the vehicular equivalent of a catastrophic aneurism just after the New Year. After a grieving process that lasted somewhat less than a day, I found myself behind the wheel of an altogether new type of creature. We’ll talk more about that next week!

fresh fruits, and plates of meat and cheese. George Bender offered

prayer, and the Merle Hershberger family delighted those in atten-

dance with Christmas songs.

RSVP for W/W Banquet German The Third Annual Widows/Widowers Banquet, sponsored by the Berlin Lions, will be held on Feb. 9 at noon at the East Holmes Fire Station. A delicious meal will be followed by bingo, prizes and fun. There is no charge but RSVPs are required since seating is The next meeting of the limited. Please call Susan at 330-231-5842 or Kathy Berlin Lions will be held at 330-231-5942 to make at Berlin East of Chicago on Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m. your reservation.

Bookmobile schedule Monday — S. Mount Hope School, 12:30-1 p.m.; Mount Hope Elementary Kdg., 1:05-1:30 p.m.; Winesburg Public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Edna Raber, County Road 70, 12:30-1 p.m.; Troyer Valley School, 1:15-2:15 p.m.; Maple Valley Fence, 2:303:45 p.m.; Dan Raber, County Road 59, 4-5:15 p.m.; Joe Troyer Township Road 188, 6:15-7 p.m. Wednesday — Maple Springs School, 9-10:15 a.m.; Tea Run Community, County Road 245,

10:30-11:30 a.m.; Roman Miller, County Road 323, 11:45 a.m.;12:30 p.m.; County Lane School, 1:30-2:30 p.m.; Nature’s Food Market, 3-6 p.m. Thursday — Charm Elementary, 9-10:30 a.m.; Wise Elementary, 11 p.m.-2 p.m.; Paul Miller, Township Road 371, 2:153:45 p.m.; Killbuck Public, 3-6 p.m. Friday — West Fairview, 10:15-10:45 a.m.; Green Acres, 11 a.m.-noon; Hidden Acres, 1-2:15 p.m.; Der Alte Quilt Shop, 2:30-3:30 p.m.

(Continued From Page 8) Highlights included: the unveiling of a new display. The 12 Apostles wood carvings recently donated to the museum by Ken and Sonja Dunham, are now housed in a showcase built by Miller Trim Carpentry. Also, the guests enjoyed special German delicacies including cakes: hickory nut, German chocolate, Black Forest; cookies: almond, ginger, molasses and Christmas cutouts; date nut pudding, English trifle, stollen, turnovers,


Featuring: Bratwurst, Curry Wurst, Saurbraten, Potato Pancakes, Hot German Potato Salad, Red Cabbage, Sauerkraut, Spaetzle, Green Beans/Ham & Dumplings, Soup, Brötchen (Rolls), Plus more Authentic Dishes and a nice selection of German bread at the German Bread Table

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Euchre party Public Euchre Card Party will be held Tuesday, Feb. 26, 7 p.m., at St. Luke Community Center, Rambo Street, Danville (turn west at traffic light, go ½ block — directly across street from Danville High School); $1 admission; prizes and refreshments.

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Saturday, Feb. 2nd 3:30 to 8:00 p.m.

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Sharing with you a tale about tails By BARB LUMLEY Columnist In this day and age we shouldn’t be surprised at the unusual things that thieves will choose to steal. However, I was taken back a bit when I recently read an article in Farm World. Thieves in southern Illinois entered the Southern Illinois Equestrian Center near Marion on two separate occasions and cut the tails on six horses. It is believed that the theft is tied to the market value of horsetails for use as extensions for show horses and for horsehair jewelry. The act of stealing horsetails is more widespread out West. Horsetail hair can sell for upwards of $80 to $100 each on the black market, especially hair with

unique colors. There are websites for show horses that sell horsetail extensions for up to $500 each, depending on the colors and the weight. There is a growing market for horsehair bracelets that don’t take much hair to make. Approximately three feet of the tails was removed from each horse. While it doesn’t cause pain, it leaves the horses with problems during the summer months, as the tails are needed to swat away the biting flies. In Illinois the act of stealing a horsetail is a Class A misdemeanor that carries with it a maximum penalty of one year in jail and a $1,000 fine. Tails are not only important for the comfort of horses in the summer, they are also much need-

ed by cows that go out to pasture. As I read about the loss of the horses’ tails, it brought back memories of another tail. Many years ago we were in need of a couple dairy cows to replace ones that we had culled. My Dad and I attended a public auction of 80 registered Holstein dairy cows near Navarre. We arrived early and looked over the herd. We found only two cows in the entire herd that were the nice dairy type and the kind of udders we were looking for. We were lucky enough to bid those two in for $500 and $510 each, a pretty high price at that time. One of the cows was sired by an A.I. bull named Sir Wallace Design and had been bred in the herd of Ken-

neth Renner at Dalton, Ted Renner’s father. Her name was Sally and she had been housed with those other 79 cows in a straw shed-type barn. We brought her home and put her in a stanchion barn. One of the things we noticed about her was that every night when my Dad went to the barn at 11 o’clock to check on things, she would be standing up eating while most of the other cows would be at rest. She wasn’t a big cow, and we decided that those other 79 cows had been pushing her back from the feed and she wasn’t going to let an opportunity to eat her fill go by! Her production increased and she was a very good cow! Our cows were out on pasture in the summer,

and as we watched them making their way to the barn one hot summer evening, we realized something was wrong with Sally. She was covered in blood from head to tail! As sometimes happens, she had been lying down and another cow had evidently stood on her tail. When she jumped up, the end of her tail and the switch were torn off. She had kept swinging her tail until there was blood everywhere. We hosed her down and got the bleeding stopped. We kept her in the barn for a few days until it healed and then let her go back out to pasture with the other cows. It was hot and there were lots of flies and the fly spray just didn’t last on her, so she was miser-

able. I decided I had to do something to help her. I cut a piece from a burlap feed bag, then cut it into strips of proper length, leaving a band at the top. I wrapped the band around her tail and I taped it fast. I had to experiment for a few times to get it just right. Once I did, Sally’s “fake tail” would last for three or four days. By that time she would have the strips worn out, and I would make her another one. She was more content, her production didn’t suffer, and I felt much better! During the cool months she didn’t need it. Sally and her “fake tail” was with us for several years. It wasn’t fancy and sometimes caused people to look twice, but it did the job!

steers 114-120.50, good steers 105-113.50, Holstein steers 80-104.50, choice heifers 113-118.50, good heifers 100112.50, good Holstein cows 65-80.50, yellows and thins 65-down, bulls 78-88.50. 110 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 725, top pony 150.

LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809 Jan. 22 47 CALVES — Good to choice calves 95-110, medium to good calves 85-95, fair to medium calves 70-85, commons and lights 70-down, back to farm, bull calves 110-140. 1 SHEEP — Sheep for slaughter 55. 71 BUTCHER HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 40-48.50, 240-260 lbs. 74-75.50, 260 lbs.-up 75.50. 37 CATTLE — Steers 93-123.50, heifers 90-119, good

beef cows 70-74.50, medium to good cows 66-70, fair to medium cows 59-66, common cows 59-down; 4 FEEDER CATTLE — Holstein steer & bulls 70-79.50. 194 TOTAL HEAD. 33 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 175-400, 2nd and 3rd cutting 385-440, lg. sq. hay 235-300, big rd. bales 60-135, wheat straw 145-160 ton, lg. rd. 125 ton,

15 CATTLE — Choice Holstein steers 103.50, good Holstein steers 83-97. 2 BULLS — 1,500-2,000 lbs. 85.50. 111 CULL COWS — Good 75-85.50, medium-good 68-75, fair-medium 62-68, light-thin 62-down; 35 feeders: steers 50-135, heifers 60-145. 26 DAIRY — Bred heifers 1,575-down, open heifers 830down. 119 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 100-180, good 60-100, common 20-60, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 85-125, crossbred 40-185.

90 GOATS — Kid 135-down, billies 197.50-down, nannies 147.50-down, wethers 195-down. 332 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 45-67.50, lambs 40-60 lbs. 192.50-275, 60-80 lbs. 115-197.50, 80-100 lbs. 100-150, 100-130 lbs. 112.50-125, 130 lbs.-up 110. TOTAL HEAD — 749. 118 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 325-435, 3rd and 4th cutting 285-460, mixed 1st cutting 210-400, mixed 2nd cutting 250450, lg. bales hay 45-145, lg bales hay 50-370 ton, wheat straw 200-250, lg. bales straw 170-180 ton, ear corn 220; corn fodder 22-27.50 bale; firewood 35-75.



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MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Jan. 23 19 HOGS — 250-270 lbs. 69-71, 300-380 lbs. 57-67.

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• Shiloh Area Farmers Topic: Dairy Farm Management Panel


Produce and Poultry Auction • Jim Hoorman (OSU Ag/NR Extension Educator)


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SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Jan. 21 96 CALVES — Choice calves 100-125, good calves 75-95, light & thins 40-down; back to farm bulls 100-125; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 85-140, heifers 80-125. 179 CATTLE — Choice

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(BPT) — While you may not know the term “nowism,” you more than likely live it. With our fast-paced lives, this term, coined by, a leading trendscouting website, describes the trend of the consumer’s need for instant gratification. We want fast service, fast answers and fast results. And, of course, this need for fast fixes extends into our homes. Luckily, no matter how pressed you are for time, you can spruce up your house by focusing on simple projects that can be completed quickly .— in a day or a weekend. Don’t delay — check these easy and affordable projects off your to-do list today and soon your home will be perfectly prepared and instantly updated. Fancy fixtures As the workhorse of the kitchen, we have dozens of daily interactions at the sink. So, give your kitchen a functionality facelift by upgrading your faucet. The innovative Moen Delaney or Haysfield kitchen faucets with MotionSense are an ideal choice to bring your kitchen into the digital decade. MotionSense allows you to accomplish a variety of routine tasks with speed and efficiency, offering you three ways to operate the faucet. In addition to the traditional handle, you can activate it by using the Wave Sensor — by waving your hand over the faucet to turn on and off — or the Ready Sensor — by placing your hands or an object under the spout. In addition, the eye-catching designs of the faucets, both featured in a Spot ResistStainless finish which resists water spots and fingerprints, create an immediate aesthetic update. Next, tie the finish of your new faucet throughout your room by updating the hinges, knobs and pulls on your cabinets for an uncomplicated and inexpensive way to add new dimension to your kitchen space. Restore beauty in the bath In a recent Gallup Poll, 80 percent of workers said they feel stress on the job, making it important to make your home — and specifically your bathroom — a relaxing retreat. Swap your old, boring showerhead with the new Moen Halo rain-


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Keyhole Track 2’ 8” Entry Door $2.38 per ft. 2’8”x 6’8” - 3’0”x 6’8” Primed Entry Doors Flush w/lock $269.00 24 Ga. Primed Steel 3’ 0” x 6’8” Aluminum QS 1 $184.00 3’ 0” Entry Door Slider Windows BC-1 Doors Steel Flush $139.90 QS 6 $184.00 Flush w/lock $269.00 Single Pane Glass QS 430 DC $219.00 With Lite & Lock $319.50 With Screen White or Brown QS 430 EG $219.00 4’x8’ OSB 3’ 6” Entry Door 2020 - $ 43.00 006 Prefinished $297.00 7/16 $14.18 Flush w/lock $328.00 3020 - $ 36.00 430 DC IGT Prefinished 1/2 $15.74 3030 - $ 43.00 5/8 $18.58 $409.00 4’ 0” Entry Door All ProVia 3040 - $ 72.00 3/4 TG $22.22 Flush w/lock $344.00 Doors & Windows 4030 - $ 72.00 3/4 Advantech $28.98 on Sale With Lite & Lock $375.50 4040 - $ 79.70 Stock Only


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TRUSSES 2’ Span On Center 24’ $31.00 28’ $39.00 30’ $44.00 32’ $49.50 4’ Span On Center 24’ $37.00 28’ $53.00 30’ $59.80 32’ $69.80 40’ $107.00


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2x6 3-Ply 14’ - $37.80 16’ - $39.98 18’ - $48.00 20’ - $53.30 22’ - $59.60 24’ - $65.90 26’ - $69.98 28’ - $75.90 30’ - $79.98 $139.90 32’ - $89.98 $44.00 $54.00 $59.00 $65.00

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Plywood Yellow Pine 4’x 8’ 1/2 CD $17.88 5/8 CD $21.18 3/4 CD $25.88 3/4 TG $28.88

Perma Columns 2x6 3-Ply KD 2x6 4-Ply KD 13’ - $89.00 13’ - $122.00 15’ - $93.00 15’ - $128.00 17’ - $99.00 17’ - $134.00 19’ - $101.00 19’ - $136.00 21’ - $104.00 21’ - $141.00 23’ - $108.00 23’ - $148.00 25’ - $117.00 25’ - $158.00 27’ - $124.00 27’ - $171.00 29’ - $131.00 29’ - $177.00 31’ - $156.00 31’ - $214.00 +$12 Assembled +$14 Assembled


ORGANIC Co-op is an option for Ohio family farms By MARY KUHLMAN Ohio News Connection COLUMBUS — Succeeding in agriculture these days can be a tough task given the rise of mega-factory farms. However, many family farms in Ohio are finding another way to flourish — through a co-op. More than 170 farmerowners are part of the largest organic farming cooperative in North America, known under the brand Organic Valley. Unlike the typical

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bareroot trees, which are 3-4’ tall, are $5 each. They include red maple, Ohio buckeye, redbud, white flowering dogwood, red osier dogwood, ginkgo, sweet gum, sergeant crabapple, white oak and red oak. Tree pickup will be April 10 from 2-6 p.m. at the Holmes County Highway Garage. Order forms and plant descriptions/recommended sites can be found online at http://, and follow the “document library” link, or call the SWCD office at 330674-SWCD (7923) for an order form.

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las fir. They sell for $20/ pack, with the exception of Scotch pine, which is $10. With the exception of the Scotch pine, all of the evergreens are transplants, which means their root systems are bigger. Deciduous trees are in bundles of 10 and include black cherry, sugar maple, red oak, sawtooth oak, white oak, tulip poplar and black walnut. Larger single

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make a long-term investment by planting hardwoods. The Holmes SWCD tree seedling sale is under way until March 22. This is a great way to buy nice quantities of seedlings at a very reasonable price. Evergreens are sold in bundles of 25, and include Colorado blue spruce, Norway spruce, Scotch pine, Eastern white pine and Doug-

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the model with organic growing, Siemon says, family farms are seeing their finances stabilize and their businesses become more sustainable. The organic industry is expanding at a healthy clip, he says, with almost 20 percent growth every year. He says it’s a great time to get involved. “The enthusiasm in the organic farmer community is very high, and it’s just infectious to see that kind of excitement about farming. Something we always see is how organic breathes life back into people’s farms and their excitement about their future.” Concerns about food quality, the use of chemicals, healthier living and animal welfare all can be

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business model of a public company, says George Siemon, its founder and chief executive, Organic Valley’s goal is to serve farmers and consumers instead of the stock price. “Ours is more about how do we hit a sustainable profit level which is quite low. It allows us to focus more on our day-to-day business and serving our mission, which is to offer family farmers a sustainable living and to offer consumers the greatest food.” Farmers establish equity when joining a cooperative and are supported in various aspects of their business including production, certification and farm planning, all the while staying on their own land. By combining

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to any crazy home remedy, old wives tale, or even email forward that proclaims it can keep us from getting sick. Literally, if someone told me that holding a barbecue pork rind between my toes on my left foot while drinking a glass of water with dog food in it could keep us healthy, I would do it. I get that crazy during cold and flu season, and even crazier when I hear things like,“Mom, we had eight kids out today!” Or, “Mom, our teacher left early because she was barfing!” My head starts to spin, and in a zombie-like trance, I head straight for the pork rinds, because the thought of rescheduling a halted life due to a fever or a few hours hovering the toilet is too much to handle. The Internet, bless it, is full of as many wacky remedies as all of your great aunts and uncles gathered in a room, sharing their wisdom. And because I care about each and every reader out there, I thought I would share a

few of the oddities that may or may not keep us healthy. ... ­— Place an onion cut in half in every room. From countless emails, this little dandy is supposed to absorb all of the viruses floating around your house, and somebody’s hairdresser in Arizona just swears by it. Does it work? Not sure. Does it make me have a taste for onion rings? Probably. — Chew a piece of raw garlic every 3-4 hours. It’s no surprise that garlic is the flavor of choice, as we’ve heard this many times especially in the form of Grandma’s Chicken Soup. My grandma, however, doesn’t put garlic in her soup because she doesn’t like it. My family loves it, but not enough to actually munch on a raw clove. My breath stinks just thinking about it. — Don’t let your feet get cold. I generally dislike being cold, so this tactic I kind of like. The theory goes that chilly tootsies make your nose more susceptible to germs. I’m not going to try to understand — I’ll just put on

some slippers and call it a day. Other great ideas during my research: Some people actually consume non-food items to stay healthy or get healthy. I think it’s not the best idea. Especially since I also read that something like drinking hot coffee can help keep you from getting sick by washing nasty germs into your stomach which doesn’t matter much to me because all I heard was a good reason to drink coffee. Another couple of tips: Open restroom doors with a paper towel instead of your hand. Read menus by holding them by the top instead of the more popular bottom. Take deep breaths every day. Keep your fingernails short. Kiss on the lips. Eat your boogers (I am not making this up, and beg of you to not try this at home). But mostly, wash your hands. Stay home if you’re hacking and sneezing all over the place. And stock up on pork rinds. Endnote: I realize I have completely jinxed my family in the writing of this article.

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raffle will be held Saturday, Feb. 23, 6-11 a.m., at Wise Middle School. The school is located at the corner of state Route 557 and County Road 120. Proceeds benefit the students of Charm, Flat Ridge and Wise schools. Donations will be accepted at the door.

A public hearing will be held Monday, Feb. 25 at 6:55 p.m. by MillersClinic to hold burg Village Council to ‘Girl Talk’ event hear any comments on The Cleveland Clinic a proposed street vacaWooster will hold Girl tion of an undeveloped Talk on Feb. 21 at the 40-foot section between Wooster Inn, 801 E. the Flickinger and Myers Wayne Ave., Wooster. properties on Critchfield Registration, health Street. The meeting will Ohio Bluebird screenings and vendor be at the Village Office, visits will be from 5-6 6 N. Washington St., Mill- Society to meet p.m. and the dinner and ersburg. Written com- Feb. 23 open panel discussion ments will be received at Ohio Bluebird Sociwill begin at 6 p.m. The the Village Office until 3 ety will hold its annual cost is $20 and includes p.m. on Feb. 22. Educational Conference the meal. Reservations are required. Registra- Breakfast at Wise on Saturday, Feb. 23 at tion deadline is Feb. 18. to benefit schools Arden Shisler Center for Education & EcoCall 330-263-2660. A whole hog sausage nomic Development, Panelists for the question-and-answer program and haystack benefit 1680 Madison Ave., will be Rebecca Russell, breakfast with basket Wooster. MD, OB/GYN, moderator; Susan Albers-Bowling, Psy.D., psychology and psychiatry; Jordan Garrison, DO, family medicine; Sharon Marcanthony, MD, OB/GYN; and Deidre (Hershey’s that is) McIntosh, MD, OB/GYN. Participants are invited to ask questions of all sorts, live or submitted in writing.

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of Nashville Elementary. This “Winter Luncheon” is a chance to chat with neighbors and friends. Be certain to invite others. The theme will be snowmen and birds. Door prizes will be given. The menu will include choice of chicken, vegetable, or regular lasagna, tossed salad and/or applesauce, Italian bread, dessert and beverage. Entertainment will be by Jeremiah Stivers, musician and humorist. Stivers grew up in Holmes County and left for a while, not planning to return. “God had different plans for me,” he revealed. In 2012, Stivers returned to Holmes County and is the Associate Minister at Ripley Church of Christ. Stivers’ family includes his wife, Ariel and son, Liam. Some parking is available on the lower level by the Fellowship Hall. To help with planning food, call 330-763-4031 or 330-378-2601; leave a message with your name and number of people attending if no one answers.

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TOPS 1243, Sugarcreek met on Jan. 24 at United Methodist Church in Sugarcreek with nine members weighing and having a weight loss of 2

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TOPS OH1243, Sugarcreek met Jan. 17, at United Methodist Church in Sugarcreek with 15 members weighing in with a weekly weight loss of 21 1/4 lbs. Best rededicated was Rachelle Schrock and best KOPS was Mary Ann Miller. The thing to do for the week is to eat a salad each day. The forbidden was to not eat anything that begins with the letter “C” unless it

is a fruit, vegetable or is healthy for you. Chris Ross gave the program on “How to Learn to Set Goals.” She handed out literature on this subject to each member. She also handed out Weekly Goal Calendars and Daily Inspiration Calendars to each member. Members were encouraged to take them home to read and apply to their individual goal setting for the coming year. TOPS is a nonprofit weight loss support orga-


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and Vegetable Crops); 4 (Nursery and Forest Crops); 5 (Greenhouse Crops); 6 (Fumigation) (Continued From Page 12) and 7 (Specialty uses) OSU Extension Wayne training must include at least one hour of core and County, and OSU Extenthe remaining two hours sion Holmes County will can be category related. be providing recertificaCore training includes tion training on the foltopics such as safe han- lowing dates and locations: Feb. 15, Fisher Auditoridling of pesticides, sprayer technology and cali- um, (North Exhibit Area) bration, pesticide mixing OARDC, 1680 Madison and loading, pesticide Ave., Wooster, 12:30-3:30 mode of action, pesticide p.m. Please arrive at noon laws and regulations. Cat- for registration so that the egory training includes recertification training can specific pesticide use and begin promptly at 12:30. pest management related Training in Core and catto a specific crop or situ- egories 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. ation. Current category numbers and assignments Register by are: 1 (Grain and Cereal Crops); 2 (Forage Crops Friday for Forage and Livestock); 3 (Fruit and Grasslands

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duction by more than 33 percent while also increasing  drought tolerance of The Ohio Forages and pastures  through a stronGrasslands Council annu- ger plant root system. Details of the program al meeting will be held Feb. 8 from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at and a registration form the Ohio Department of can be found at http:// Agriculture in Reynolds- b e e f. o s u . e d u / F l y e r s / burg. The program focus- OFGC2013.pdf. Registraes on “Adapting to our tion is requested by Feb. 1. Changing Climate,”  featuring  Dr. Chris Teutsch, Tuscarawas Cattle the Forage and Livestock Specialist at  Virginia Association Tech’s Southern Piedmont to meet Research and Extension The Tuscarawas County Center  near Blackstone, Va. Teutsch has very Cattle Association annupractical advice  on  how to make  pasture and forage systems more resilient to  weather extremes, for example Teutsch will discuss management that will improve pasture pro-

al 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. Other directors are Mark Lewis, Dean Prysi, Doyle Shoup, Justin Specht and Guy Zeigler. Area residents are invited to join the group for an evening of fellowship, entertainment, door prizes and fun.


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both the City of Wooster and the Wayne County and Holmes Counties Building Departments. played host to the Jan. More than 70 people 22 breakfast meeting at attended the event. Memories Party Center. A presentation of all of Arts Council the new residential code Holmes County Arts changes was given by Community meets the

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Winter horse race coming down the stretch Like a horse race, the winter sports season has made the turn and is heading for the back stretch. As we make our way to the finish line, some things are going as planned and some pleasant surprises have also come along. The West Holmes Lady Knights have played better and better each game, showing they are more than just Laina Snyder. Rachelle Morrison pumped in 24 points in an impressive showing at the Classic in the Country (CitC), helping West Holmes rally for a comeback win over Columbus Africentric. The girls then went out and thoroughly thumped a very good North Canton Hoover squad. The Knights have earned the No. 1 ranking in the state, having deposed a pair of reigning state champions (Hathaway Brown and Africentric). Of course, rankings mean little if the team doesn’t con-

tinue to perform once the second season starts. The tournaments tip off in mid-February, only a few short weeks away. The Hiland girls are playing great basketball these days. “All Gina (Regina Hochstetler) did was earn herself a Div. I scholarship,” said Hiland coach Dave Schlabach, after her six 3-pointers and 30-point performance in the finale of the Classic, a stunning win by the Lady Hawks over a very good and big Uniontown Lake squad. Hiland vanquished a pair of bigger teams in the CitC, getting outstanding post defense from Jasmine Goings, as well as Natalie Nickol and Rachel Horn. Kendra Schlabach has picked up her offensive

effort, giving the Hawks another capable scorer, and the win over Garaway this past week all but secured another Inter-Valley Conference championship for Hiland. On the boys’ side of things, the Hiland boys have put together a 13-2 record through the first 15 games, losing only to Garaway and reigning state champion Dunbar. The Hawks will get a chance to avenge their loss to the Pirates this Friday at home. Todd Ropp is having a huge season, averaging 13 points and eight boards for the Hawks. Jordan Yoder is next, averaging almost nine points and Lucas Mast has come off the bench to give the Hawks some instant offense, increasing his scoring average to almost seven points per game. Brennan Coil is playing well inside, averaging almost six points and five boards a game. The amazing thing

about the Hawks’ success so far this season is how much this young group of players has matured and developed as the season has gone along. It also says volumes about Mark Schlabach’s abilities as a coach. This guy just wins and does not accept anything less.

West Holmes discovered what a soothing balm sports can be, as Donnie Dowling turned to his teammates in a time of tragedy to help him get through the loss of his little brother in a car accident. Dowling was driving his younger brother to school on Thursday when the

car skidded off the road, struck a tree and embankment and rolled over. At Wooster, the day after the tragic accident, the Generals’ crowd gave Dowling a standing ovation before and after the game, in which the See Pg. 20 — HORSE


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the 6-foot-6 senior scored five points and grabbed three rebounds in a 57-50 win over the Generals. Dowling was grateful for the support from his teammates and the community. The Knights have had to overcome an injured ankle to star guard Brady Arnold, but his absence has forced other players to step up, and

Grant Hay and Michael DeWitt have both been picking up their games of late, which will be beneficial down the stretch. The Knights wrestlers had a disappointing showing at the inaugural State Duals last week at Claymont, falling to New Philadelphia, but they responded with a resounding win at their own invitational tournament on Satur-

day. Max Rohskopf was the tournament MVP and 170-pounder Tyler McElroy earned his first tournament win as West Holmes placed in 13 of the 14 weight classes. The Knights will need to have that kind of production this weekend when they head to Clear Fork for the Ohio Cardinal Conference meet. Lexington is easily considered the favorite to take home the title.

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Great Lakes Compact Implementation Language, an historic pact now in place to protect and set responsible standards for water use and conservation within the basin. His knowledge of the subject matter and leadership were instrumental in the passage of the second version of the Great Lakes Compact,” Jacomet said. Hall lives in Millersburg with his wife, Anita, and has two children, Kyle and Kimberly. Hall serves as chairman of the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, Finance and Appropriations Committee, and the Finance Subcommittee on Agriculture and Development, and is a member of the newly created Manufacturing and Workforce Development Committee.

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Knights play with heavy heart

The West Holmes Knights basketball team donned No. 33 Clabough T-shirts last Friday to commemorate teammate Donny Dowling’s brother, Lane Clabough, who was killed in a car accident the day before.

Honor Dowling’s fallen brother in win over Wooster By AARON DORKSEN Sports Editor For an outsider looking in, the box score from the West Holmes boys basketball team’s 57-50 win over host Wooster was typical of hundreds of games played across Ohio Friday night. A pair of league rivals squared off in a hotly contested game in which neither team shot exceptionally well or even had a player top 15 points. However, what happened before, during and after the contest was an extraordinary display of courage by West Holmes’ 6-foot-6 senior Donnie Dowling and an incredible show of support from the Knights’ team, community and even the host Generals. The box score shows Dowling scored five points off the bench and grabbed three rebounds. How Dowling was able to play after the tragedy he and his family endured the day before was nothing short of remarkable — and something neither he nor those in attendance are likely to ever forget. Just 48 hours earlier, a car Dowling was driving skidded off a snow-covered back road and crashed on the way to school, killing his 12-year-old brother, Lane Clabough. Dowling, who walked away from the accident

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unhurt, explained the decision to play in a game that was preceded by a standing ovation for him from everyone in the gym during player introductions and a moment of silence for Lane. “I went For LANE outside CLABOUGH y e s t e r - obituary, see day to Page 23 get away f r o m everybody and shot hoops,” said Dowling, whose brother was a member of West Holmes Middle School’s seventhgrade team. “I looked up in the sky and said, ‘What do you want me to do, Bubba? Do you want me to play (Friday)?’ Just then the wind picked up real hard, so I went in and told my mom and step-dad (Tish and Fred Clabough) and talked to them about it and said I wanted to play. Then I told my coach (Jim Lindeman) I wanted to play. I thought about it all day today and I knew when game-time came I’d be focused and play in honor of Lane.” Although many people were predictably and correctly saying that Lane’s death was an example of how athletics pawle in comparison to life, a simple sporting event wound up See Pg. 24 — HONOR

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Obituaries Della Ramseyer, 100 Della Ramseyer, 100, Millersburg, passed away Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, at Walnut Hills Nursing Home after a short period of deteriorating health. She was born in Millersburg on July 25, 1912, to Guy and Gertrude (Findley) Patterson. She married Robert Ramseyer June 26, 1937. Together, they founded Holmes Cheese Co. in Holmesville, now in Millersburg. She graduated from Holmesville High School and Lakewood City Hospital School of Nursing. She had been active in Eastern Star, Holmesville Federated Church and was a member of Millersburg Presbyterian Church. She was an avid quilter, gardener and family genealogist. Preceding her in death were her husband; an infant son, John; and siblings, Raymond Patterson, Wilda Weiss, Roy Patterson, Evelyn Lecky, Dorothy Stallman and Dr. Owen Patterson.

She is survived by sons, Dr. Richard (Bonnie) Ramseyer, Utica, Robert J. (Jo Ann) Ramseyer and Walter (Lydia) Ramseyer, Millersburg; a daughter, Alice (Tom) Wolfe, Illinois; 12 grandchildren, Robyn Ramseyer, Kristin (Marc) Yabroff, Heidi (Brian) Barbey, Brian (Leah) Ramseyer, Hans (Ellie) Ramseyer and Aaron (Stacey) Ramseyer, all of Millersburg, Fred (Dr. Patty) Ramseyer, Massachusetts, Dr. Erich (Angela) Ramseyer, Utica, Rob Ramseyer and Kathryn Broderick, both of Indiana, John (Beth) Wolfe and Jim (Caroline) Wolfe, both of Illinois; and 20 great-grandchildren. A service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2, at Alexander Funeral Home in Millersburg with Pastor Burnetta Armour officiating. Friends may call one hour prior to the service. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Holmes County Education Foundation.

Hal Franks, 76 Hal Franks, 76, of Wooster, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, at Akron City Hospital. He was born Feb. 26, 1936, in Wooster, the son of Delroy and Luella Bierly Fr a n k s, and marr i e d P e g g y Merriman on March 29, 1958. She survives. He was a realtor and broker, owning Hal Franks Realty since 1970, and was past president of Wayne County Real Estate Board, serving on the Board for four years. He was a member of the Elks, had received the outstanding and dedicated service award from the Chamber of Commerce from 1965-68, had been a member of Wayne Elementary PTA, Wooster High School Booster Club and Wooster Band Parents. He had sponsored Holmes County Special Olympics, was on the board of Junior Achievement, was very active in Coats for People

through People to People Ministries and active in Relay for Life. He loved waterskiing, snowmobiling, racing boats and watching Cleveland sports teams. He was an avid NASCAR fan, and had served his country in the U.S. Army. Surviving in addition to his wife, are a son, Scott (Mary) Franks of Wooster; and grandchildren, Courtney Olevnik of Erie, Pa., and Carley Franks of Wooster Hal was preceded in death by his parents; and a daughter, Betsy Franks Champlin in 2012. An Elks service was held Thursday, Jan. 10 at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster. Funeral services were Friday, Jan. 11 at Trinity United Church of Christ, 150 E. North St., Wooster, with the Rev. Kevan Franklin officiating. Burial was in Wooster Cemetery. Those who wish may make contributions to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691; or Trinity United Church of Christ.

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Lane Clabough, 12 Lane H. Clabough, 12, of Millersburg, passed away Thursday morning, Jan. 24, 2013, from injuries sustained in a single car accident. He was b o r n Feb. 11, 2000, in Wooster, the son of Fred H. and Tish (Shultz) Clabough, and had attended West Holmes Middle School, as a seventh-grader. Lane was a goodnatured, good-hearted boy who was loved by all who knew him. He was a very proud member of the football and basketball programs at West Holmes schools. He was especially proud of his affiliation with the high school varsity basketball team. He proudly served as water boy last year and could not bring himself to let go of relationships with the members of the team. He looked up to them with the utmost admiration. He loved the time spent with his friends and members of West Holmes schools. He will be deeply missed by his brothers, Donnie and Zack. He adored the time spent with each of them in their extra curricular activities such as football, basketball and riding dirt bikes. He looked to them for guidance as well as counsel and love for what lay ahead as he grew. They provided unconditional love to their little brother.

Lane will be fondly remembered always by his family, students, staff and coaches at West Holmes schools. Surviving in addition to his parents, are brothers, Donnie and Zack Dowling of the home; maternal grandparents, George and Julie Shultz, paternal grandmother, Jackie Stewart; great-grandparents, Zetta “Dutch” Stewart, Ramona Britton, Melvin and Bonnie Britton, and Roberta Clabough; aunts and uncles; George and Jaime Shultz, Kathy Cannon Miller, Jeremy and Jessi Blackwell, Dale Clabough, Brandi Shultz; and a very special bond with Jason and Tonnie Ware; and cousins, Javin Ware, Brock and Aspynn Shultz, and Cassidy and Issac Blackwell. He is also survived by several great-aunts and uncles and extended cousins. Lane was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Fred Clabough Jr.; greatgrandparents, George T. and Violet Shultz and Fred Clabough Sr.; and a great-uncle, John Shultz. Funeral services were Tuesday, Jan. 29 at Millersburg United Methodist Church. Graveside services were Wednesday, Jan. 30, in Killbuck Cemetery, with the Rev. Tom Jones officiating. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, assisted the family. The family suggests contributions be made to West Holmes Athletic Boosters.

Phillip Hahn, 56 Phillip R. Hahn, 56, of Navarre, died Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2013, at his residence. H e w a s born on April 8, 1956, in Orrville, t h e son of Richard and Betty (Lytle) Hahn, and was a 1974 graduate of Orrville High School. He was a self-employed canned milk hauler, serving the Amish Community in Wayne and Holmes Counties for the past 39 years. He was a member of Christ United Church

of Christ in Orrville. Surviving are his parents of Orrville; a brother, Steven (Carol) Hahn of Orrville; nieces, Melanie and Jennifer Hahn; a nephew, James Hahn; and close friends, Jason and Jeanette Shetler and Richard and Raynae Lane, all of Mount Eaton. Funeral services were Saturday, Jan. 19 at Christ United Church of Christ, 301 N. Main St., Orrville, with the Rev. Randy Gehres officiating. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery, Orrville. Auble Funeral Home in Orrville, assisted with arrangements.

Laura Ruth Hartman, 83, of Millersburg, passed away Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, at her home after a brief illness, surrounded by her family. She was born Jan. 12, 1930, in Allen County, to Aaron and Bernice (Barnt) Good and married Paul G. Hartman on Aug. 11, 1948. He survives. Laura was a dedicated wife and mother. She enjoyed serving her family and others and loved cooking and gardening. She was a member of Grace Mennonite Church and had a heart for missions. Surviving in addition to her husband of 64 years, are children, Sanford (Marilyn) Hartman

of Millersburg, Darwin (Cindy) Hartman of Weatherford, Okl., Susan (Steve) Troyer of Elida, Angela (Robert) Bernhart of Wooster and John Hartman of Millersburg; 16 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and a sister, Betty (Clifford) Moore of Tennessee. She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Eldredge, Harold, and Ezra; sisters, Esther Diller and Eva Martin; and a grandson. Services were Monday, Jan. 28 at Grace Mennonite Church. Burial was in the church cemetery. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, assisted the family. The family requests contributions be made to Short Term Mission (Youth), in care of Grace Mennonite Church, 5850 County Road 77, Millersburg,44654.

Robert Miller, 54 Robert D. Miller, 54, 26850 Harrisburg Road, Danivlle, died Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, after a massive heart attack. He was born Dec. 23, 1958, in Wayne County to Dan H. and Fannie (Troyer) Miller, and married Mary E. Keim on March 22, 1979. She survives. He was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Eli (Jessica) Miller of Gambier, Marvin (Martha) Miller and Miriam (David) Weaver, both of Danville, Fannie (Raymond) Hershberger of Lakeville, Esther (Mervin) Weaver of Danville, John,

Nettie and Nelson Miller, all of the home; 10 grandchildren; brothers, Henry (Sara Etta) Miller of Millersburg, Roy (Dora) Miller and John (Barbara Ann) Miller, both of Apple Creek and Ivan (Elsie) Miller of Fredericksburg; and a sister, Ruth (Abe) Yoder. He was preceded in death by an infant son; and a stillborn granddaughter. Funeral services were Sunday, Jan. 13 at the Nelson Miller residence, 16947 Danville-Jelloway Road (State Route 205) Danville 43014, with Bishop Albert Weaver officiating. Burial was in Weaver Cemetery. Fischer Funeral Home in Danville, assisted the family.

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24 — Thursday, January 31, 2013 wear pink, not exactly a boyish color, to be funny — and all the Knights’ players and coaches wore blue shirts with Lane’s name and No. 33 on them. After a pregame in which everyone’s hearts had to feel like they were in their throats, and countless people fought

(Continued From Page 22) being a heartfelt tribute. Hundreds of West Holmes fans were wearing pink shirts with Lane’s name — the outgoing youth used to sometimes

SPORTS FANS! Ever heard of Enos Stanley Kroenke? He owns more professional franchises, has more sports holdings, and has more assets invested in sports than anybody else in the world. A St. Louis Native named after Cardinals Hall-of-Famers Enos Slaughter and Stan Musial, Kroenke’s empire includes the NFL’s St. Louis Rams, the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, Denver’s Pepsi Center arena, the MLS’s Colorado Rapids and their stadium, the National Lacrosse League’s Colorado Mammoth, a regional sports TV network, and England’s Arsenal soccer club. Total value - almost $4 billion Dollars. Among the four major North American team sports, which team boasts the best overall winning percentage in the 15 years from 1997-98’ through 2011-12’? The answer is the San Antonio Spurs at .702, and Tim Duncan is a major reason why. For 13 consecutive seasons, Duncan was named to the All-NBA and All-Defensive team, six more than any other player in history. But age catches up with everyone. During the 2011-12’ season, when Duncan was given a night off, the reason stated was: DNP-OLD. Can running a successful business translate into running a successful football team? It did in 2012 for Coastal Carolina. The new coach there was Joe Moglia, better known as CEO of TD American from 2001-08’, during which he increased the companies stock value from $700 to $10 billion. The Chanticleers bet on the leadership philosophy of their “billionaire coach” - hire top people, maximize your skill sets, and fallow a long-range plan. Sure enough, Coastal Carolina went 7-4 and won the Big South Conference. you can save

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back tears, including Lindeman, the Knights (12-4, 8-2 Ohio Cardinal Conference) quickly fell behind 5-0. West Holmes suddenly flipped a switch with an 8-0 run that took just 1 minute, taking the lead for good after a 3-pointer from Michael DeWitt (game-high 15 points), steal and layup by Grant Hay and another 3 from Dewitt. “It’s a great honor to be able to be there for Donnie and to have such a great community that’s there for him,” DeWitt said. “It shows how much we support him and how much we love him.” Dowling wound up making more than just a token appearance. After enter-

ing the game, he grabbed two quick rebounds and scored a layup on a nice feed from Brady Arnold to help his team lead 15-8 after one quarter. Wooster (8-7, 4-5) cut the West Holmes lead to 24-21 at the half after a 3-pointer from Mason Tomblin (team-high 13 points). “We knew there would be a ton of emotion,” said Lindeman, who commended both the West Holmes and Wooster communities for their support. “Sometimes that can be a good thing, sometimes it can be a bad thing. “I think it showed in the offense early as we missed a ton of layups. But we played with a ton



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several miscues down the stretch. “We’re upset with the loss, but when you put things into perspective with what’s happened to Donnie and his family, obviously that’s an awful thing for anyone to have to go through,” Wooster coach Craig Martin said. “We were happy to support them any way we could.” After the game more emotions flowed out for the Knights, who wore black bands on their jerseys and wrote “ripLC” on their shoes. “I just feel so bad for the kids,” Lindeman said. “I’m very close with Donnie. Lane was a ball boy for us last year and he was a student of mine this year and future player. “He sat in the front row of my (seventh-grade) world history class every day and he just had an infectious attitude. He was someone who always made you laugh and was a pleasure to be around.” Dowling pointed to the sky after the final whistle and said these words to his brother: “That was for you, Bubba, and I love you.”

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LEGAL Notice for Bids Hardy Township, Holmes County will be accepting bids and prices for road materials, gravel, limestone, Notices road oil and cold mix for the 55 year 2013. The bids (prices) will be opened on February SNOW REMOVAL. Millersburg, Killbuck, 13, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. at the Lake Buckhorn area. (216) 403-6584 NOTICE! township hall. Send bids to are moving! Hardy Township, 9430 TR. New BedfordWeSharpening will be closing 304, Millersburg, OH 44654. Jan 17, 2013 for 12 days. We will be Publish Holmes County Hub February 7, 2013 Publish Holmes County Shopper January 31, 2013 February 7, 2013

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LEGAL COUNTY : HOLMES BUY OR SELL YOUR PROM DRESS at The following applications Triway's annual dress sale. Sat., Feb. 23, and/or verified complaints 10-5. Info call 330-347-9498 or were received, and the fol- 330-234-2873. lowing draft, proposed and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental ProROUTE 83 Restaurant tection Agency (Ohio EPA) 7501 SR 83 Holmesville last week. The complete Monday-Sunday 6am-9pm public notice including addiGreat Food & Spirits. Breakfast all day! 330-279-3663 tional instructions for mitting comments, requesting information or a public BUYING JUNK batteries, aluminum, cophearing, or filing an appeal per, brass, electric motor, farm machinappliances, cars, trucks. m a y b e o b t a i n e d a t : ery, 330-279-2142. FOR scrap metal: trucks, buses, /actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, CASH cars, heavy equip., farm equip., copper, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. batteries, brass, aluminum, and any P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, metal. Call (330) 473-8410. Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-2129 e m a i l : 70 Business Opportunity PROPOSED ISSUANCE OF FINDINGS AND ORDERS RPI OF INDIANA,INC 8839 COUNTY RD 245 HOLMESVILLE OH ACTION DATE : 01/18/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : 011813JB579 This final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable to ERAC. 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. : A0046636 Expansion of wood furniture manufacturing operation & installation of a third dust collector SCHROCK'S WOODCRAFTS INC PLANT 2 4981 TWP RD 401 WALNUT CREEK OH ACTION DATE : 01/21/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : A0046632

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105 General TROYER CHEESE Wholesale Division is seeking a Full-time order entry/ customer service rep. Monday-Friday Hours: 7:30-4:30. Benefits included. Phone & Computer experience required. Organization, positive attitude, multitasking & team oriented are a must. No phone calls please. Send resume to: Troyer Cheese Wholesale Attn: Erica 5231 CR 77 Millersburg, OH 44654 Fax: 330-893-2375 OIL SERVICE rig taking applications for rig hands. (740) 824-4692.

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

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TOWNVIEW TERRACE Assisted Living is accepting applications for the following: - Cook Please apply in person at 200 S. Market St., Wooster. 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

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

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

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lin 170 grapple skidder, new rear tires $18,500, JD 640 Skidder $17,000, 2- JD 440C Skidder $16,000 TO $22,000 each, '97 Timberjack 460 Skidder dual arch grapple. $40,000, Hamm Smooth Drum Roller $17,500, Case 602 Vibromax Pad Foot Roller $14,500, '00 Genie Lift Z60/34 articulated boom $22,500, '94 Moxy MT30S-3 6X6 off road dump. $14,500, '71CAT 613 Self Loading Scraper, 3208 cat engine. $8,500. Lots of misc. forks and buckets. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 OR 330-567-3886 EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: '06 Bobcat S130 skid steer 1570 hrs $17,250, '05 Case 410 skid steer 805 hrs $16,750, 5635 Gehl skid steer with tracks $10,500, Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886


HOLMES EXCAVATING Berlin, Ohio, looking for an experienced operator, experience on dozer, track-hoe, residential or commercial. Call Tom at 330-674-8374


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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, mounting brackets included. Bosch dishwasher. Call (330) 674-1945 ELECTRIC FRIGIDAIRE clothes dryer, good cond., $50. Also Kangen Enagic machine, very good cond., $2700. Also used computer. (330) 600-1569.

WANTED COACH Bus Driver: CDL with passenger endorsement required. Part time driving. Harvest Time Ministry. Call Mark, 330-893-0022.

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

DRIVERS: CDL-A. Dedicated Run from Massillon! 53' Vans, No Touch. Home 3-4 nights/week. Earn $775+/Week! 800-609-0033

FOR SALE: Brand New Propane Hot Water Heater. (330) 897-2060

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

Equipment for Sale: '05 JD 650J LT w/ winch and screens $65,000,'04 JD 650H LGP only 2600 hrs $40,000, '04 Case 850K dozer, cab, 5300 hrs $35,000, JD550H dozer $30,000, '97 JD450G LC-IV dozer $22,500, '92 JD 650G w/ winch, arch, screens $35,000, '95 Cat D4H-II dozer 1400Hrs on complete rebuild $30,000, JD 850B w/ winch $26,000, Cat D4D dozer $15,000, '06 Komatsu PC200LC-8 $93,000, '10 JD35D excavator $32,000, '06 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $18,500, '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe w/ hyd thumb $20,000, '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $14,000, Ford A62 Wheel Loader $8,500, '07 JD605C crawler loader w/ forks $45,000, JD 555G crawler loader, rebuilt trans $21,000, '89 JD455G crawler loader cab, tooth bucket $19,500, Case 455C Loader $17,500, '90 Cat 953 Loader cab, heat, air $17,000, '97Case 580SL 4x4 cab, extendahoe, 4-in-1 bucket $22,500, JCB 214S Grademaster 4X4 loader landscaper. $14,750, Case 450 Loader $5000, '03 JD 648G-III Grapple Skidder $55,000, '94 JD 648E skidder $24,500, '95 JD 548E skidder $24,500, '96 Frank-

DRIVERS: Dedicated Account! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109 DRIVERS: WEEKLY Pay .Bonuses, Incentives and More! Oil & Gas Svc Co. CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. Kathryn: 800-979-4155

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WANTED: DAY WORKER/ driver for deli bulk food store. Store open Tues-Sat. Must have good social skills. Phone (330) 893-3299.

ALTIMATE CARE is hiring HHA's/STNA's, weekends only, for Holmes & Wayne Co. areas. Competitive pay, benefits, and paid mileage. $500 sign-on bonus. Apply in person at 24 S. Clay St. in Millersburg. No phone calls please.

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. 2nd cutting alfalfa hay, testing 23% protein, 220 feeding value. Call (330) 439-8494.

WANTED: ROUND Bale wagon, Jason Miller (330) 359-5840 Ext 7 FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./ hr. Call (330) 897-1222 ext 3. 100 GALLON stock tank, Duraflex heavy duty, new. $60.00. (330) 852-4974. 20 KW Kohler natural gas genset with 1800 RPM Ford 4 cyl engine. Good cond. Priced to sell at $4200. (330) 231-2634. 2 PIONEER Sulky Plow 14" Andis Electric Clipper. Like new. Ivan Miller, 1345 TR 661, Dundee 330-359-5757

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 2ND CUTTING small square grass, alfalfa mix. $7.50 (330) 472-2613 1ST CUTTING Orchard & Timothy mix OK for horses, square bales $6.00 Also Alfalfa Baleage Call 330-893-3087 x4. FOR SALE: Organic ear corn. (330) 567-2249. ROUND BALES of Oats & Wheat Straw, stored inside, Call (330) 466-1408

197 Skilled Trade JOHN DEERE 5210 tractor in good 2ND CUTTING (4) 4x5 round bales, Alshape, 1200 hours, $10,500. (330)

MORNING BAKERY route deliver wanted to deliver baked goods from 5:30am-9am. Taking applications at Kauffman's Country Bakery.

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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

quality. $45. each. Delivery availaFarm Equipment good ble. David Beechy, (330) 852-3701 ext 1.


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

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

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FOR SALE: 2 row McCormick corn planter, $550. Also, 530 Hesston w/35HP motor on round baler, field ready. $7,200. (330) 852-3892 HESSTON 530 round baler, nice. Brillion Seeder, 8 ft. Original No 17 manure spreader. John Deere 14T square baler. John Deere 660 & New Holland 256 rakes. Gravity wagon. 5 ft bush hog. Andy Raber, 330-893-0303.

falfa Mix, dairy/horse hay, very nice. Approx. 900lb bales $200 ea. (50) Small Sq grass Horse Hay. $50 (330) 852-2466. FOR SALE: Ear Corn, $250/Ton, free delivery in Holmes County. Call (330) 231-3592 WILL SPREAD or dump chicken manure, clean out & buy. Call Dennis, 330-844-3516. 1ST CUTTING Timothy horse hay, 45 lb bales, $6.50 (330) 472-2613.

FOR SALE: 20HP Kohler Power Cart 750 Engine Hrs., Belt tightener drive, w/12V Hydraulic pump in good condition. (330) 698-0151Ext 4.

CERTIFIED ORGANIC Non GMO seed: red clovers, Alfalfas, grasses, forages, cover crops, small grains, corn and soybeans. 330-231- 4484.

NEW HOLLAND 478 hay bine, 7 ft, nice cond. Also John Deere 2555 tractor, 65 HP, 3600 hours, $6800. John S Miller, 2305 TR 152, Baltic. (330) 893-0303.

1ST CUTTING 4x4x8, grass mix horse hay, stored inside $250/Ton 2nd/3rd cut. 4x4 round Alfalfa mix, dairy qual, $360/Ton Deliv. Avail. 330-852-0031.

FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127. JOHN DEERE M, runs good, weights on all wheels. (330) 893-7065†x2 10' TRANSPORT Field Cultivator, $600 (740) 291-7019 FOR SALE: 85 bushel E-Z manure spreader, ground drive, trailer type, poly floor & sides, fines pan. Good cond. Used 4 years. (740) 623-0684. SELF DUMPING HOPPER 2 1/2 yds. Good condition! $650. Dewalt sliding compound mitre saw, $85. Also, shaper cutters, 1 1/4" bore. 330-674-0889 FOR SALE: Massey tractor 231 with 600 hrs., like new, everything works, no leaks. Call after 4pm. 330-465-2755. FOR SALE: Hydramac Uni-loader, engine works but hydraulic needs work. New bucket bottom. Foam filled tires, 90% tread. 330-674-4739 6 FT tractor blade, older, $175. (330) 852-2466.

HORSE HAY, wheat straw, small squares, round bales & large squares. Call Jason 330-473-7905. FOR SALE: Round bales, 1st cutting mixed, stored inside. (330) 852-4369. EXPRESS FEED machine, cracked oats for better digestion for animals and cut your feed bill in half. Tri-County Feed Supply, 330-600-1310 FOR SALE: 1st cutting round bales. Also 2nd cutting round bales. First cutting Wrapped Halage. Roy Coblentz, 330-359-5730. FOR SALE: 50 little square bales, mostly red clover, little alfalfa, $8 a bale. Andy Wengerd, (740) 623-3772 #2. LARGE SQUARE alfalfa & straw bales for sale. Will deliver. (573) 823-0258.

PIONEER 14 inch gang plow, $2000. Soilmaster riding plow, $650. Patz square bale chopper,with Honda motor, good cond., $850. without motor, $425. Vented wall heater, $90. Also kerosene heater, $25. Ivan Yoder, 47650 TR 218, Millersburg. (330) 674-2045.

WESTERN TOP quality dairy hay, haylage, certified organic available. Call Jason 330-473-7905.

3 POINT 6 ft blade and 3 point 3x6 platform. $160. each. (330) 359-0006.



Firewood Fuel

Farm Products Produce WOOD STOVE - 1 yr old, heats 1200 sq

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

ft, incl $100 of firewood. $600, $500 w/o firewood. (330) 674-1536

FOR SALE: 275 Gal Fuel Tank with 3/4 Tank of Fuel Oil. $300 (330) 674-1100

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FOR SALE: Split & Seasoned Firew o o d , Roman Yoder, CR 12 (740) 622-0072

SPLIT AND round seasoned firewood, also can cut to size for outdoor wood burners, dump trailer delivery avail. (330) 275-7980. 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.

FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads available. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. FOR SALE: Seasoned split firewood, $125/Cord. Nashville area. 330-231-6804

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

PAIR OF 3-4 yr. old Belgian Geldings. Broke to all farm machinery, full brothers. Abe E. Yoder, 330-893-4211 ext. 1

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

13 YR. old standardbred gelding, traffic safe, women can drive, good traveler, $650. 330-893-0174

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

2 HOL. Service age bulls. A-I sired. Joni Hostetler, 10454 Zuercher Rd., Dundee, 330-359-0290 x 3.

WILL TRADE firewood for scrap metal or anything. Dump trailer delivery available. (330) 275-7980.

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.


Horses Livestock

FOR SALE: Surrey Pole, like new, $195. Belly Bridging, $70. (330) 600-0090 Coming. 3 yr old Bay Standard Bred Gelding. Well broke, TSS, All Trot $1000 OBO. Mose Yoder, 10627 Senff Rd., Dundee, Ohio 44624.

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.

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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. 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. 6 YR old Gelding, Nice family Surrey horse, Double Gaited, Good Broke, Drives nice, TSS, $1,900. Duane Weaver (330) 674-1777 WANTED: WELL-BROKE Morgan gelding, must be tss, no bad habits & sound. 802-272-5707 5 YEARS old dark brown standard bred mare, buggy broke, TSS. Tough mare on road for 2 months. Keim, 8671 TR 561, Holmesville, OH 44633. (330) 279-2910

4 YR old Percheron Gelding, Yearling Percheron Stallion, 10 yr old Standard Bred Mare. Mike Kurtz 8551 Harrison Rd Fredericksburg (330) 695-2174

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

DONNA IS A FANCY 3/4 DUTCH filly Black with a strip and 4 whites, and loves to show. (330) 600-0950

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 YEARS old all purpose mare, anyone can drive, TSS. Mose J Miller. (330) 897-7209.

SPLIT, SEASONED firewood for sale. Very nice mixture of hardwoods. Can deliver. (330) 496-4376.

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

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.

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.

3 YR. OLD brown 4 white 37" Paint Pony gelding. Broke, $200. Atlee Gingerich, 9047 S. Kansas Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627

108 EWES, 1-4 yrs old, starting to have babies, some to have spring lambs, white face wool ewes & Dorper Ewes. $140 $160 each. 20 - Beef Feeder Calves, 350 - 550lbs. Steers & Heifers, delivery available. (740) 567-4205

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

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


HUNDREDS OF FARM TOYS OF ALL KINDS TRACTORS-IMPLEMENTS-PEDALS PRECISION- LITERATURE-BOOKS JD DISHES-MAGAZINES To settle the estate will sell the following farm toys and related items at public auction. Auction to be held in The FFA Building, Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio. The fairgrounds are located at the junction of US Route 30 and State Route 3 South.

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2, 2012 10:00 A.M. SELLING A LIFETIME COLLECTION Selling a lifetime collection of farm toys and related items. Lots and lots of IH and Case IH tractors and implements. Also AC, Oliver, John Deere, and more. 1/64 size up to 1/8 size. Many have boxes or are in their original boxes. This collection started in the early 80’s and never slowed down. Andy evidently never met a farm toy he didn’t like. One of the largest farm toy collections we have sold over the years. The house is full, the closets are full, the floors are full, the boxes are full, and the shelves are full. Also selling advertising items, manuals, Red Power magazines, books, price guides, 80+ collector books, literature, thermometers, and much more. Also selling approximately 5 pedal tractors, most are newer, plus a rare IH 826 gold dealer pedal. Plus a pedal combine. If you collect farm toys then circle your calendar for a good auction. Impossible to list individual pieces in this ad. 30+ pictures and a list of many of the highlights posted on Click on chattel auctions. Everything sells to the high bidder. More farm toys at this auction than some toy shows. And the buyers set the price. Auction in heated building with rest rooms and ample parking. Selling at two blocks. Bring a friend and the big truck. Circle your calendar for a good one. NOTE- The Stitzlein family will be donating the net proceeds from the auction to the Loudonville FFA Scholarship Fund. Buy some toys and support the FFA. TERMS – Cash or Good Check Breakfast and Lunch

FOR SALE: Yorkshire boars, (330) 674-7241.

YEAR OLD Jersey cross heifer, open. Noah Troyer, 6840 TR 568, Holmesville. (330) 674-0851. 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.

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, February 4, 2012 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools Antiques/Collectibles: Millersburg glass including: bowlspeacock & urn, nesting swan, cherry, 2 blackberry, 2 holly whirl, grape wreath variant, rays & ribbon holly bon bon, peacock tail compote, marigold hobstar & feather cup, potpourri compote, Ohio star cruet, hobstar & feather crystal bowl, rare Venetianlarge pitcher, compote, oil bottle cruet, rare 4 pillar vase; Zipper finger oil lamp; 474 large pitcher; crucifix cross; festival 1971 tumbler; Fenton- Vaseline dish, holly compote; Elks paper weight; Northwood cracker jar; Leaf & Rays Nappy Dugan Queen of Carnival Glass book; early lectern Household/Furniture; flex steel sleeper sofa; 5 office chairs; microwave cart; jewelry armoire; art deco ½ moon lamp; Tools: Sattley governor controlled engine; Airbrake leaf blower on wheels; early hand cultivator; 50 ton jack- needs pump; wood lathe with knives; Briggs & Stratton 3.5 HP motor w/ home lite 2 in. aerator pump; some new returned and/or reconditioned items including vacuums, shopvacs, and more. Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, February 1. For more information contact David Conn, auction manager at (330) 204-4453. Terms: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales Receiving Hours: Wednesday, 8:00-10:30 and noon to 4:00

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5 YR old Gelding, Good Mannered Surrey horse, $2,300. Marcus Schlabach (330) 852-1979

3 YR old Mare Dutch Standard Bred Cross, Good boys horse. (330) 897-1295 Ext 1

FOR SALE: Smidley hog huts, (330) 852-2887.

FOR SALE: Paint Pony Mare, 36", Also Yearling Mini Stud Colt (330) 231-0117

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.

8 YEARS old gelding, TSS, all trot, been in buggy 1 month, well mannered, good traveler. Firmen Kauffman, (888) 631-7044.

7 JERSEY and 1 HOLSTEIN cross heifers due after January 15. 330-359-1113.

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.

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.

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.

JERSEY STEER, weighing approx 1000 lbs. Jersey Bull Calves, $10 (330) 567-2721

REGISTERED MORGAN horses for sale. Two 2 years old geldings and 1 Yearling filly. (330) 600-0466, leave message.

3 YR. old Quarter horse gelding. Well started under saddle, $300. 330-674-0889

FOR SALE: One Holstein steer. Approx. 1100 lbs. Call 330-359-0810 Marlin.

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: 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 BROWN STANDARD Bred Mare, Double gaited, TSS, Willing traveler,Make Offer. Need to sell. (330) 674-1988 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 STANDARD BRED Gelding, 4 yr old, double gaited, needs work. Good boys horse. $1,500. Ivan D Miller, (330) 674-4572

FOR SALE: 7 yr old Big Black Persian Cross Gelding, Surrey Horse, TSS, $2,700. Eli H. Mast, 33321 CR 12, Baltic. (330) 897-0133 FOR SALE Bred Gilt, Due in March, Also, Service boar, red / black. (330) 852-2466. 6 YR old Gelding, TSS, 16.2H, Broke, Good enough for women, ready for the surrey, fast traveler. Marcus Mullet (330) 852-2826 6 YEARS old pony, approx 52 inches high, Palomino, good broke to ride. $300. (330) 893-3234.. 7 YR old Gelding, Trotter, by Larks Crown, TSS, Boys horse, ready for miles. $4,000. (330) 359-5674 9 YR old Muscles Yankee Trotter, TSS, Broke for women, mini surrey size. (330) 852-4148 FOR SALE: 4 YR. old Revenue S's trotter, tss, family horse. (330) 359-5601 ext. 1.

4 YR old Mare Trotter, TSS, willing traveler, Women can drive, Owen Mast 7055 TR 323, Millersburg, (330) 279-2628

GOLF COAST Native/ Polypay ram, less than 1 year old, $180. Lester Yoder, 7882 TR 562, Holmesville. (330) 695-2610.

FOR SALE: 3 year old Register Katahdin rams, 10 yearling Katahdin Rams. Mark Troyer, (330)852-0653

TWO JERSEY Steers for sale. 400 to 500 pounds, $450. David J. Miller, 330893-3986

Online Only Eureka Machine “Clean Up” Auction

Location: Eureka Machine Building—112 South Broadway St Sugarcreek, Ohio. Directions: SR 39 at Andreas Furniture take Broadway south through Main St. Property on right.

Auction Ends: February 7th – 6:00 PM

Preview Date: Thursday January 31st, 2013 – 4 to 6 PM Highlights include: Older Signs – Steel Pulleys & Gears – Brass Fittings – Scrap Iron – Safe – Old Gauges – Motors – Blacksmithing Tools – Screw Jacks – Other Miscellaneous Items Note: Eureka Machine was recently sold and this is a clean-up auction of items left over from the move. Go to to bid online, view pictures and for an itemized description of each lot. Also the real estate is listed for sale as well. Contact Curt Yoder for additional information. Terms: 10% Buyers premium applies to all items. 3% processing fee for credit card. Fee will be waived if Buyer uses cash or check. Full payment must be received at pickup time. Item pick-up is on Friday February 8th from 2-5pm. Auction by order of: Tom Bearducci

Auction by order of Earl M. Stitzlein, Ex. for ESTATE OF ANDREW M. STITZLEIN Ashland Co. Probate #TBD

(330)264-8342 4939 MILLBROOK RD. WOOSTER, OHIO 44691 AUCTIONEERS- Dave Acker, Nick DeFelice, Joe Shearer



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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 FOR SALE: 2 Saanen nannies, bred to Saanen Nubian , due March. 1 Saanen Nubian billy. (330) 897-5310.

BERNINA TREADLE sewing machine with oak stand. Model 818. Firman Yoder, 9784 CR 329, Holmesville. 44633 VM, 330-279-9223. FOR SALE: Birch two drawer file cabinet, new, $140. Call 330-893-1051.

SLEEP COMFORT Mattress, w/motors, good condition, $490. (330) 600-1569 2 GOOD Used Bedroom Suits, also a few wooden hall trees. Allen Miller (330) 852-3912 VM

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. TWO 4 years old Belgian geldings, 16.3 hands, broke,. $2300. each. Also 2 & 3 years old Belgian geldings, broke. Ivan Yoder, (330) 674-2045. 3 YEAR old black Percheon mare. Broke, $1800 OBO. Enos Hershberger, 6000 S. Wenger Rd., Dalton, OH 44618 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. SMOKEY LANE HORSE AUCTION Friday Feb. 8.. Tack 5:30 PM followed by horses. We have lots of used tack and miscellaneous items, also new tack and carts. Accepting consignments through sale day. SPECIAL TROTTING SALE Feb 22, 4:30PM. Expecting 150 good horses. Watch ads for featured horses. Call in consignments by 5PM Feb 21. 686 Smokey Lane RD, Sugarcreek, OH. 44681. 330-852-2237 Auctioneer Myron Miller FOR SALE: Used leather haflinger harness (double). Useable cond. $195. obo. Robert Barkman, 12862 CR 316, Big Prairie, OH 44611. FOR SALE: pair of Fresian Cross, 2 yr old Colts. Henry A Weaver 50112 TR 69, Millersburg.

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. A SIX drawer dresser made of Hickory wood. Excellent condition. 330-231-4987 6 HEAVY duty used file cabinets. Four 5 drawer, $50. each. Two 4 drawer, $40. each. 1 new, 4 drawer, new in box. OBO. (330) 852-3502. FOR SALE: Kitchen table with formica top and 14 leafs. Very good condition, $600. 330-893-2542 OAK DINING Table, w/4 leaves & six chairs, Painted white. Good Condition. $500. OBO (330) 893-3920 3 LA Z BOY plain color recliners, nice loveseat, daybed, 8 wooden kitchen chairs, book shelves, wardrobe, twin, full & queen size beds, good baby crib, black dresser with mirror, new & used mattress sets. 2529 TR 110, Millersburg. 330-674-0944. FOR SALE: Large braided rug. Blue & tan, 134"x104". $75 obo. Mose J. Weaver, 9290 TR 609, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE. 3 pc. dinette set from Levin Furniture, 2-tone black & wood stained, 3 yrs. old, $250; Oak Amish-made deacons bench, mint! $250. 330-893-4062.

270 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 6 MO old Mule Colts, Also 2 yr old Mule. John O. (330) 567-0081

Household Furnishings

RECLINING COUCH $150, Twin Sleepe r Sofa $100, both good condition. Near West Holmes HS. (330) 674-2459

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Hunting Fishing

HORTON HUNTER crossbow, arrows, soft case, no quiver, $200. firm. EM Miller, 9080 S Carr Rd, Fredericksburg. WANTED: SAVAGE 212 or 220 Slug Gun. (330) 893-1426 FOR SALE: Red Rock 512 Game Caller, and Clay Pigeon thrower. (330) 674-3999 Ext 1 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. Horton Crossbow w/Scope, Quiver, & Arrows, excellent condition $300. (330) 600-2097

PORTA PLOT First ever ear corn feeder on the market. Deer can only get limited amount of corn. Can feed apples, shelled corn, soy beans, & sunflower seeds! WOW! Money savings on gas & corn. Different models: 14, 28 & 42 days. One bin holds 20# of ear corn. Contact Dan Mast, Charm area. (330) 893-9896. 8X42 KONAS binoculars, used very little, like new. New $90; would sell for $60. (330) 897-1423. NRA/CCW COURSE- $45. Feb 16 & 17 or March 2 & 3


(2) 30-30 Winchester Rifles, 1 w/scope. Also (3) pump Shot Guns, Winchester & Mosburg, 20ga & 12ga. Allen Miller (330) 852-3912


Lawn & Garden

GRAVELY COMMERCIAL 10A w/snow plow, (330) 600-0950 ATV SPRAYER, 20 gal capacity, 12V Pump, $80. (330) 674-1988 GRAVELY WALK behind mower Pro-50, $1,000.00. (330) 695-2303. 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. POLY DUMP TRAILER, 4 years old, ideal for ATV/ garden tractor. $225. (330) 852-2466.


Miscellaneous Merch.

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.

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

For Sale: 4/4 Cherry lumber, kiln dried, grade uppers. (330) 674-3999 FOR SALE: X-Box w/3 controllers and 10 games, School Desk, Electric Floor lamp. Call (330) 473-2325 MEDIUM SIZE Brunco wood stove, $350. Gideon Raber, 3388 TR 177 Baltic, OH 43804. 330-897-0637 ext. 1. 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 FOR SALE: Small Leader Maple Syrup evaporator. Used 2 seasons. Levi A. Swartzentruber, 3235 CR 168, Millersbur, OH 44654 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 26" TORO snow blower, model 7260E Power Max, 2011 model, used very little., $899. Sulky with platform, $550. (330) 674-4426. FOR SALE: Good commercial sewing machine, works good. $600. or best offer. Aden Keim, 3510 Harrison Road, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627. 330-695-2284. GENTLY USED Holland grill. (330) 893-0814. SEARS HOMART: Natural gas electric wall furnace with thermo. $65.00. 7680 TR 334, Millersburg. 330-600-1459, VM. 24 VOLT fork lift battery. Great for inverter system. $450. (330) 359-0243. FOR SALE: Hitzer Stove, in good shape, reasonable. Eli L. Keim, 8526 TR 635, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

FOR SALE: Snap-on Blue Point Tool Box, 2 pc, 9 drawers, full of tools. Value $2,000 - asking $1,500 OBO Call after 4pm. (330) 465-2755 FOR SALE: 110,000 BTU space heater. Real good cond. 330-852-4874.

New Philadelphia Office

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

FOR SALE. Honda 3500 watt generator. Also 800 gal Mueller tank for storage. (330) 893-4360. FOR SALE: Easy Entry Cart, latest model, standard bred size, Stutzman Wheels, LED Lights, like brand new. (330) 897-0850

Miscellaneous Merch.

FOR SALE: Black Pioneer Prince wood cook stove with reservoir. Good condition. Ivan L. Miller, 6864 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Used surry, hydraulic brakes, lights, storm front, roll up curtains, $1150. 330-359-0329. Willis Yoder.

FOR SALE: 12X20 storage barn. T-G floor. 6 ft. loft insulated, double patio doors, four windows. Good cond. 330-275-0572

FOR SALE. Couch, fold out single bed, $50.00. Almost new microwave, $70.00. 2 drawer filing cabinet, $25.00. (419) 989-2557.

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 Cabin with Star Design, Size 94x118. Earthtone Colors, Trip Around the World, 104x108, $180 ea Call (330) 275-5758 TOP BUGGY, brakes, LED lights, front, steel tires, good cond. Clyde Yoder, 3309 SR 39, Millersburg. (330) 893-1097. FOR SALE: Soft Pretzel Cutters, retail or wholesale. Faster, Easier & Better. Recipe incl. Retail $19.50. Rueben E Mast, 32187 CR 643, Fresno (330) 897-0065 FOR SALE: Coal Eze, hard coal stove with domestic water reservoir. Also ash hopper on casters. 330-852-4874. FOR SALE: Cricuit Imagine, works, like new, used very little, will cut & print, including 5 cartridges. (330) 473-9567. FOR SALE: Boy's buggy, fair cond. $800. Jacob Barkman. (330) 897-7115. FOR SALE: Phone Shanty, like new. 51"x63". (330) 893-2583 DEHYDRATOR: 10 rack, used once. From Cabelas, regular $220 asking $175. 330-852-2326 ext. 2. FOR SALE: Unvented log burning gas heater, 25000 BTU. Like new. Andy Raber, 2077 SR 557, Baltic, OH 43804. Ph. 330-897-0639 FOR SALE: Buggy, LED Lights, Glass front, Brakes, Roll-up curtain, Like new. $3,850 (330) 600-1822 200 GAL Fuel Tank on stand. $200 (330) 359-0270 MAPLE SUPPLIES: Tubing, Fittings, New clear Check Valve Taps, 10% off. Sugarhill Jugs 3gal, Sap Bags .35¢ Weaver Maple, 8183 TR 611, Fredericksburg, 44627.

Office Equipment

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


Pets Supplies

REGISTERED GERMAN Shepherd puppy, black male, 4 months old. $600. Phone (330) 359-5760. 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. FOR SALE: American Eskimo Spitz female purebred, 10 month old, $250. Ervin Schmucker, 2301 TR 164, 852-3717 FOR SALE: 4 yr. old Beagle, runs his own rabbit, $75/obo. Brandon Raber, 5009 TR 628, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 275-8136. 6 AKC Yorkie females, 7 months - 2 years old, $650. each. 7 months old AKC Yorkie male, $500. AKC Maltese male, 8 months old, $350. AKC Maltese, 2 males, 1 female, 6 months old, $300. each. (740) 392-0639 ext. 1. FOR SALE: 1 yr. old 3/4 Red Heeler, would make good farm dog. $50.00 (330) 674-1018. WANTED: AKC young fawn Pug male, proven breeder. Roy E. Miller. (330) 897-7610 AKC POM Puppies, 1 male, 1 female, chocolate w/white markings, ready Feb 16th. $200 OBO. (330) 893-1316 AKC LASSIE Collie puppies. Born 11/26/12. Vaccinated and de-wormed. Nice markings. 330-473-2897.

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

WOOD FURNACE 'N gas insert. Very good condition. Will heat large area. Grates like new. $325. 419-994-5156 1989 CHEVY Van, H.D. Hitch, $850. 6x12 Trailer, $150. 50+ Bales of hay. $7.50 ea. 40lb bales. (419) 994-3733

Miscellaneous Merch. 280

USED SURREY - very good cond. 6 years old. No storm front, $3200. 330-377-9891

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

Miscellaneous Merch. 280

CORN HOLE BAGS: $12/set of 8 bags...5 sets or more, $10/set of 8 bags. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg. 330-893-7421.

FOR SALE: CHERRY CURIO cabinet. $150. (330) 749-7874

WANTED: FINE cap pleater. Phone (330) 674-2349.

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


Household Furnishings 270







5376 hoffMan Rd, WooSTeR Many updates in this well cared for 3 bedroom home including roof, siding, gutters & water heater. Large 1 acre corner lot and lots of storage. $123,000 Susan crilow 330-763-3734 krista Raber 330-231-2230

115 WeST Main ST SugaRcReek Great opportunity to purchase a commercial building in Sugarcreek. Main floor is being used for retail sales. Second story is a newly renovated 2 bedroom apartment. All appliances included. $135,000 krista Raber, 330-231-2230 or Jr. Miller, 330-231-1914

8751 TR 513, ShReve (330) 852-4111 Excellent 3 BR, 4 BA cedar sided home with attached 888-852-4111 2 car garage. Features include fireplace, AC, generac whole house generator. Schrock kitchen cabinets, indoor pool, large deck with screened in room. Beautiful home secluded on 5.35 acres. Plus much more. $259,000 Randy Starner 330-473-9230

16683 SappS Run Rd, danville Two quality homes, 5 BR & 3 BR, 2 insulated shops, 10 acres, FREE GAS, Very nice and well maintained property. $ 429,000

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

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FOR SALE: ACA Miniature Schnauzer male, proven, (1) Tri-color ACA Shitzu male, proven. (3) Miniature Schnauzer females. (330) 852-1084 CUR FEMALE, 18 months old, OMCBA registered, world champion bloodlines. Trees on caged coon. 330-567-5944 extension 1. FOR SALE: AKC Westie female. 7 yrs. old. 330-279-9068 SMALL, YOUNG, registered Yorkie Females, for sale or trade for Shitzu or bigger Yorkie Females (330) 893-3619 FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier female, 20 mo. old, $85. Edward Troyer, (330) 852-4835. 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 FOR SALE: AKC Golden Retriever puppies, family raised, females $350; males $300. (330) 852-2679. BEAGLE FEMALE, runs rabbits, great for training pups, $50. 330-987-3952.

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No Papers, $650. 3/4 Bulldog Female, 2 1/2 years, Mostly White, had 1 litter, $450. Puggle Females, 2 and 4 years, $275. For the pair, call 330-359-0672, Leave Message. Marlin Mast. FOR SALE: 1-1/2 yr old proven English Bulldog male, aggressive natural breeder, brindle & white in color. $1,050 OBO. 330-893-9304

AKC English Bulldog Females, 7 months From Very Good Female, $1500. each. English Bulldog Male, 2 1/2 years, Mostly White, Very Aggressive AI,

AKC MALE Boston Terrier for stud service for choice of pup in litter. (330)763-1207

PUPPIES FOR Sale! 1f Morkie, very cute, 1f Mini-Daschund, black/tan. $200 ea. (330) 279-2066


AKC GERMAN Shepherd breed sello u t , 2-1/2 yr old male, 2-1/2 yr old female, 6 mo old female & male, (740) 545-9573

BLACK LAB mixed puppies, smart & attentive, ready for good homes, $50. Born 12/15. 330-359-0414.

FOR SALE: Homing pigeons, exotic colors. 330-852-4874.

FOR SALE: Black Lab mix, 14 months old male, black in color. (330) 231-4733.

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

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.

FOR SALE: 7 1/2 month German Shepherd male, $150. 740-623-0650 ext. 1.

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

VERY SHARP Sheeba Female, 3 yrs o l d , had pups once, was a good mom. Not Registered. $100 OBO. (330) 893-2607 Call after 4:30pm.

FOR SALE: Flemish Giant Bunnies, ready to go. $15 ea. OBO. (330) 893-3729

5 MO old Cream & White, Party Pomeranian male, (330) 897-2060 FOR SALE: 330-465-2021


FOR SALE: 4 years old registered Bluetick male coonhound, runs & trees, good dog to hunt by himself, $200. Call (330) 897-0642.

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.

AKC LABRADOR Retriever, female, 10 wks old, 330-698-7800

FOR SALE: Rabbits: Mini Rex, Dwarf & Lionhead. Bunnies: Dwarf & Dutch Belt. Free cats. (330) 674-1900.

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.

RESERVE YOUR lab puppy, (all colors), for Valentine's Day now. (330) 317-6637. AKC COCKER Spaniel Puppies, Black, Buff, males, & females. Shots, wormed & physicals. $500 Call after 3pm. (330) 674-2733

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

DOG KENNEL 10x20, 25 inside/outside runs, 3 whelping boxes. 330-893-7065, ext. 2.

FOR SALE: 1 yr old UKC Walker male, out of good stock, $50 OBO Henry Hershberger, (330) 893-0029



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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FOR SALE: 3/4 English Bulldogs, 1/4 Boxer Puppies, Makes a nice Valentine Gift. $500 - $650. (330) 698-0161 VM

FOR SALE: 2 years old Puggle female, light color, $75. (330) 231-9545.

UKC Coonhounds 740-824-4692.

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

COCKER SPANIEL Pups, 7 weeks, AKC. Males $600, females $650. All shots, wormed. 330-231-7464 WANTED: 893-3619




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

FREE. One older female Jack Russell & One 3 month old male mixed Jack Russell. Call (330) 674-2162. PUPPIES, MIXED breed, tri-colored, 9 wks old. $15. (330) 674-2675

Tools Machinery 355

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.

BREED SELL-OUT! 2 French Bulldog, male, 9 French Bulldog Beagle Cross, female. All 2 yrs old and under. (330) 600-0838

FOR SALE: Siberian Husky Puppies, 3 wks old, 3 female, 3 male. $450 (330) 674-3999

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

8X12 DOG kennel for sale, insulated, inside / outside runs with wash-downs, 2 whelping boxes, $950. (330) 695-2151

FOR SALE: Good used Nordic Track Treadmill in very good condition. Asking $275 or better offer. Leave message. 330-893-4316

BOXER MIX puppies, very cute, $30. each. Six weeks, Jan. 25. Call (330) 674-4423.

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

FOR SALE. ProForm spinner bike, 1 yr. old, like new, mint condition. $260. Call (330) 893-4062.

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

12" HITACHI sliding chop saw, $225. 330-466-9363.

WANTED: HAMMERMILL prefer PTO drive. (330) 695-9960

FOR SALE: (2) Hydraulic Motors, good condition, $300 each. Daniel Miller, 5764 CR 68, Millersburg OH 330-231-1758 or 330-674-1859.

WANTED TO Buy: A dryer for dumping station hose. Henry Hershberger (330) 893-0029

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: Used Sulky in good condition. (330) 473-9567.

FOR SALE: 5500 Watt Honda Generat o r , on a cart, auto idle. $1,200 OBO In Good Condition. 4500 Watt Honda Generator, auto idle. $700 OBO (330) 473-8989 110,000 BTU REDDY kerosene space heater, exc. cond., $125. Kipor 2000 watt inverter generator, $300. 12 ft x 16 ft two section pallet racking, $225. Call (330) 897-6602. FOR SALE: Pootatukc Miter Trimmer, , MEC 300 ST Miter Chop Saw, Champion 14" Band Saw, Flooring Nailer. (330) 674-3999 Ext 1

condition. $300.00 obo. Phone (330) 988-4490.

GAS GENSET, 35KW Natural Gas Genset w/enclosure, brand new unit, new price $18,000. Sell for $8,000. (330) 231-2634

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

WANTED: 1940's, 1950's pickup truck. Fair to good condition. Running or not. 440-823-2591 WANTED: NEW or used open top hanging feeders for poulet house. Mahlon Yoder, 740-622-1386 CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. YOU GOT SCRAP, we got cash. Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980. 893-4081

WANTED: OLD lard suitable to make suet cakes. Leroy Hochstetler, 6301 TR 606, Fredericksburg. 330-695-5101

Home Condo For Sale

6-1/2 ACRES w/2 Homes, a barn and pasture, plus detached 2 car garage. For sale just outside of Millersburg located on SR 241. (330) 603-9974 for details. 2 BR house, with shop & barn on 5.8 acres on TR 562, Holmesville. Call after 4 pm. (330) 988-8402. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom 2 bath condo. Gas furnace, C.A., kitchen appliances in Mbg. Reasonable price. 330-695-5432


Clip and Mail to Classified

Mobile Home For Sale

CENTURY 1993, 3 BR mobile home in Dundee. Good shape. $9,500. Available March 1. Must be moved. (330) 359-0270.

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


WANTED: ADLER 267 or 867 commercial sewing machine. Weaver's Upholstery, 9880 Massillon Rd, Dundee, OH 44624.

Wanted to Buy


CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE TUESDAY @ 2:30 PM Ads Received After Deadline will Run in Next Issue Place Your Order by Phone 330-264-1125 Mon. - Fri. 8am-5pm

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

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4 Weeks ..................... $8.50 (4 Lines) Additional Lines Per 4 Weeks $2.00 All Ads Must Be Prepaid No Refunds or Credit For Early Cancellation

WANTED TO BUY: Used Treadmill. (330) 893-3673.

Sports Fitness lar saw, jigsaw, planer, hammerdrill, WANTED: USED Boys Buggy. (330) flashlight, 3 batteries and charger, good

FOR SALE. Proform Spinner bike, 1 yr. old, like new, mint condition, $260. 330-893-4062.


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.

18 V BOSCH set. Includes sawzall, circu-


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1997 16X80 Mobile Home for sale, great shape, $16,000. Can stay on the lot. Stove & Frig included. New Roof, Whirlpool tub, 2 ba. Call (330) 600-0922

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Apartment Rentals

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. 1 BR apt for rent in Millersburg. $325/mo + utilities. Call 330-231-5585 after 4:30 p.m.

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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


This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer

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.


RVs & Campers

1990 FORD van, V8 auto, TV, bed, loaded, 140K miles, great shape inside & out, $2800. obo. 1989 Yukon Wilderness, 27 ft pull camper, sleeps 6, great shape, $3200. obo. 330-231-4170.


Building Materials 840

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

FOR SALE: Small Warm Morning wood stove, good condition. $100. Aden Schlabach, 3710 CR 200, Fredericksburg OH 44627. (330) 359-0182

FOR SALE: New 25' W 40' L and 16' H steel building. Never been built. Engineer instructions included. Call 330897-0065


remodeling or addition. Quality Child Care Service your Comes Standard. 330-231-7195

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

FOR SALE:1996 Chevy 4x4 extended cab 695

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


2002 FORD Windstar, 82,000 miles, 330-601-6297.

STORAGE UNITS for Rent at Copperhead Storage, Various sizes available. Just off of SR 93, between Sugarcreek & Dundee. Call for prices (330) 852-7633 DOWNTOWN SHREVE building for rent. Start your business-good traffic area, high visibility. $550/mo. (614) 419-2028.

Mobile Home Rentals

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. 1992 CHRYSLER convertible, V6, auto, 93K mi, $1500. obo. 1993 GMC truck, V6 auto, long bed, good shape, 110K mi, $3200. obo. (330) 231-4170. PAYING CASH, $300 - $1000 for unwanted cars, trucks & vans. Call Mike, 330-256-0458.


Auto Parts Accessories

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


1996 GMC 8 passenger van, 152K, mechanically sound. $3000. obo. Call Mark @ (330) 852-2982.

Comm. Property - Rent 650

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


2004 Ford Freestar Runs Great, 147K Miles $2,600 330-231-4261


WILL TRADE-- 1988 Force outboard, 50-horse with steering controls - would like to trade for 25-horse. (330) 763-1463.

Quality Since 1927


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

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

FREE w/ Power Cutter 12” - Diamond Blade 10-12” Concrete Blade 1 - Quart SEF Fuel Mix ($135.00 Value)

• Optional Wheel Kit • While Supplies Last


12” Saw Reg. $799.95 SALE $74995

Berlin Gravely Sales

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




YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. W i l l built all types of farm fence. 23 yrs exp. Free Estimates 330-763-0497

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

Troy Ridge Mfg

3998 Cr 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 473-7727 Custom Welding Specializing in Aluminum AD12378029 Truck11200 Beds • Tool144 Boxes 68874

Roofing & Spouting

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



Storage them without replacing the entire window.


(330) 674-7556.

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



Taxi Limo Shuttle



14” Saw Reg. $899.95 SALE $83995

4319 County Rd 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654




Lawn & Gardening

08650 AD12337331 180 kipor generators ad

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.



Home Condo Rentals leather, video, power door, $4,900.

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




God is Love

VAN AVAILABLE for rent. 2008 Ford 15-passenger XLT, hitch receiver, privacy glass, reasonable rates, Millersburg. Schedule now. (330) 231-4493. WILL DO hauling, mini van, 80¢ per mile. I also have crew cab pickup truck,

Painting 95¢ per mile. 330-763-3219.

CEILINGS PAINTED, $35. per room.Call Hershberger Painting for all your painting needs. 330-231-3850. PAINTED ROOMS $125. Call Ryan Hershberger (330) 231-1180. 15 yrs Exp. Hershberger Painting.


Tree Service

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

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


WE BUY junk cars 262-9300 4339900


3/4-ton Goose neck hitch, trailer pkg. $4500. Call 330-231-3744



Painting 1120

Home Improvement 985

CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of


Trucks SUVs DO YOU need to go work? I enjoy caring

FOR SALE: 1985 Chevy 4x4 1/2-ton pickup, 132k mi., some rust, $2500. Berlin. (330) 231-5085

Heating 925

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



Open House February 9, 2013 • 12:00 - 4:00

Abby Stables is excited to announce that it will host an open house and stallion showcase. Abby Stables is home to

2004 FORD EXPLORER XLS 4X4 • Carfax/One Owner • ONLY 77K MI. • SHARP!

World Champion Triumphant Caviar

[3,1:54.2h; 4,1:51.4s ($ 796,794)];


[P, 2, 1:53.3; 3, 1:52.2f ($385,855)];

With slots enhanced purses, Ohio is the RoseRunHooligan - Standardbred place to breed and race. Come to beautiful Sugarcreek, Ohio, to see these world class Equator - Dutch Harness Michelangelo P. - Friesian stallions and be the first to see some of their Tritan of Majestic - Friesian first crop foals! Food and refreshments will Black Ferrari - Quarter Horse be served starting at noon with the stallion Casanova - Gypsy Vanner parade beginning at 1:00. WPTR Diamond - Arabian

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

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

and more.

Breeders Crown Champion, Charley Barley

Also showcasing:

see our inventory online

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

And Away We Go

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Abby Stables is located at 2990 St. Rt. 93 in Sugarcreek, Ohio, 44681. For detailed driving directions, see the “Contact” tab on our website, www.abbystables. com, or call us at (330) 852-0789 (office) or (330) 204-5944 (cell) and ask for Beach!



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Civic Coupe

Includes 2013!

Civic Hybrid Civic SI Sedan

Accord Coupe

Civic SI Coupe


Accord Sedan

Civic Sedan






Automatic, 3.5L 6-Cylinder, 5 Dr. EX-L, 17,369 Miles. Stk #9410TB



2011 Honda CR-7

Automatic, 2.4L 4-Cylinder, 4WD, 5 Dr. EX-L, 23,645 Miles. Stk #9486A



2010 Chevrolet Equinox

Balance of Factory Warranty, Automatic, 2.4L 4-Cylinder, FWD, 4 Dr. LS, 21,208 Miles. Stk #9609A



2011 Honda Pilot

Automatic, 3.5L 6-Cylinder, 4WD, 4 Dr. EX-L, 31,462 Miles. Stk #9463A



2011 Honda CR-7

Automatic, 2.4L 4-Cylinder, 4WD, 5 Dr. EX-L, Leather Interior, 44,005 Miles. Stk #9545A



2010 Toyota Prius

Hybrid, CVT, 1.8L 4-Cylinder, 5 Dr. HBI, 30,275 Miles. Stk #9606TA



2010 Honda Pilot

Automatic, 3.5L 6-Cylinder, 4WD, 4 Dr. EX-L, 28,145 Miles. Stk #083DPA



2010 Dodge Nitro

Automatic, 4L 6-Cylinder, 2WD, 4 Dr., Remote Start, 15,179 Miles. Stk #9597TA



2008 Mercedes Benz E-Class

Automatic, 3.5L 6-Cylinder, 4 Dr. Luxury Sedan, 79,414 Miles. Stk #9518A



2011 Honda Odyssey

Automatic, 3.5L 6-Cylinder, 4WD, 5 Dr. EX, 33,977 Miles. Stk #9446A



2011 Honda CR-V

Balance of Factory Warranty, Automatic, 2.4L 4-Cylinder, 4WD, 5 Dr. LX, 23,484 Miles. Stk #9629TA



2007 BMW 3 Series

Balance of Factory Warranty, Automatic, 3L 6-Cylinder, 4 Dr. Sedan 335i RWD, 49,123 Miles. Stk #9449TA



330-364-8661 •Toll Free 1-800-686-2556 •Mon. & Thurs. 9 to 8; Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9 to 6; Sat. 9 to 3

855 Commercial Parkway, Dover

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All 2013 Honda Pilot, Odyssey and Fit 0.9% FINANCING 24-60 Months

For well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial Services. Offer good through 03-04-2013.



Only a Honda is a Honda


Kelley Blue Book’s

Featured Special Sign & Drive Leases 2013




CIVIC LX Sedan Auto








All leases are 36 month 36,000 mile closed end. SIgn and Drive is plus tax, title, documentary fee, license plates, mud guards and first month payment. 35 payments to follow. Offer good through 03-04-2013. For well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial Services.

2012 Ridgeline RTS Special FInancing

With our countless technological innovations and legendary, race inspired engines, Honda has always roared ahead of the curve.

0.9% 24-36 Months 1.9% 37-60 Months

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

2013 Sport

2012 Ridgeline RTS Special Financing for well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial Services good through 03-04-2013.

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

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 Certifiably

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

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

HUGE Sales Event

Limited-time offer. Ends 2/28/13.

Genuine Honda Certified



2011 Honda Odyssey EXL-RES


2010 Odyssey LX

2010 Civic EX (Leather) Sedan


2010 Accord EXL

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


2010 Accord EX


2011 Fit Sport



2011 Fit Sport


2010 Civic LX


2010 Accord Crosstour


2011 Fit Sport

2010 Civic Coupe LX

Other Select Used Cars $ 9830A


2002 Seville Touring STS

$ P7585

$ P7559


2007 Tahoe LT AWD

$ 9785A


2011 Sonata GLS

2011 Highlander SE AWD

$ 9761A

2005 Ranger FX4 L2 4WD




2011 Chrysler 200 Touring


2008 Saturn Vue XR

$ 9817A


2009 Escape XLT 4WD


2007 Accord EX V6

$ 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

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and 03 Chevy Venture

02 Ford Taurus SE

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

Cargo Van, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo.





99 Chevy Tahoe LT 4x4





02 Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4





02 Suzuki Grand Vitara 4x4

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


03 Buick Lesabre

Power Windows & Locks, Power Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.

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


02 Mercury Grand Marquis LS

Power Seats, Leather, Power Windows & Locks, Cassette/Stereo, Air.







09 Yamaha Vstar

Power Heated Leather, CD stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner.



Only 2,800 Miles!!! Many Extras.




02 Chevy Cavalier

97 Mazda 626 LX

93 Buick Lesabre

00 Pontiac Sunfire

92 Buick Century

Power Windows & Locks, Rear Spoiler, CD Stereo, Air.

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

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Cloth, Cassette Stereo.

Power Windows & Locks, Sunroof, CD Stereo. .

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










98 Dodge Durango SLT 4x4

97 Ford 1/2 Ton Reg

00 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext SLT

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

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Bedliner, Cassette Stereo, Air.

Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Leather, CD stereo, Air, Tow Pakcage.




01 Chevy 3/4 Ton Reg 4x4 WT Tilt Wheel, Cloth Long Bed. SALE PRICE



02 Jeep Liberty Limited 4x4 Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. SALE PRICE





99 Olds 88 Royale LS

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Cassette Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. SALE PRICE



01 Chevy S10 Ext Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package. SALE PRICE






97 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 5 Speed/Manual, AM/ FM Stereo, Soft Top, Tow Package.







01 Ford Taurus SES Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Rear Spoiler, sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Air, CD Stereo. SALE PRICE



91 Chevy 3/4 Ton 4x4 Tilt Wheel, Alloy Wheels, Air Tow Package.



98 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4




04 Ford Escape Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package. SALE PRICE






98 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4

95 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4

00 Chevy Express Cargo Van

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

Cassette Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.

Running Boards, Tilt Wheel, Cargo, Air, 1 Owner.










CHUCK NICHOLSON Sale Good Thru 2/9/13

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

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Holmes County Shopper, Jan. 31, 2013  

Holmes County Shopper covers news and events in the Holmes County, Ohio, area. The paper is published weekly.

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