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Feb 14-20, 2013: Vol. 11, No. 45; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 5 Entertainment: Pages 8-9 Farm/markets: Page 10 Organic: Page 11 Home improvement: Page 12 Parade of Little People; Pages 15-17 Taxes: Page 18 Obituaries: Page Sports: Page 24

More vendors than ever before

Buckeye Tool and Tri-County Health Expo this weekend at Dalton

For example, vendors By KELLEY MOHR will provide tools for use Staff Writer More than 120 vendors by furniture manufacwill be on hand displaying turers in their shops to and selling woodworking make their products, she tools small and large at explained. Items availthe 19th annual Buckeye able range from power Tool Expo scheduled for tools and table saws to Feb. 15-16 at the Buck- raw lumber, LED lights eye Event Center. and saw sharpening The show will run from blades. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday “We opened up an area and 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. here to allow for more on Saturday. Admission room, so that allowed is free. More than 120 us to have more venvendors will be on-site dors coming in to give displaying products and customers choices,” said Holmes Liberty services. Miller. “And it’s not only Coalition meets “We have more vendors local vendors, but also than we’ve ever had,” those coming from out tonight said manager Sandy of state. There is a lot of The Holmes County Miller. variety to choose from Liberty Coalition will The two-day event here, there is a lot to see.” meet tonight (Thursday, draws a visiting crowd of The Buckeye Tool Expo Feb. 14), at the Millersmore than 4,500 people will also host drawings burg Comfort Inn. The on average, including every hour, giving away program will be “Agenda manufacturers. With 127 10-12 prizes with each Submitted photo 21 — How Will It Affect different vendors, there is drawing. Signup is free. More than 120 vendors will be on-site displaying products and services You”? The meeting something for everyone Held in conjunction at the Buckeye Tool Expo this weekend at the Buckeye Event Center in begins at 7 p.m. at this show. with the Airworks Auc- Dalton. Admission is free to the show that will run Friday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. “It’s geared toward the tion, which takes place and Saturday, 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. The show will be held in conjunction with Holmes County woodworking and metal at the Kidron Auction the Airworks Auction in Kidron and will share the site with the Tri-County industries, well as ,all grounds in Kidron, the Health Expo. , ar ranty arra W Humane das Ainty ing ing arW He’sarBe Hedthe stica st Ai BeSociety er components that Buckeye Tool Expo is America’s Am ! ! ide ide nw tio tionw nase ceth cegonawith rvi meetswitonight th serviwi The auction begins ing all large equipment, it,” said Miller. held at the Buckeye out the other,” explained ce &small ce & Event Center in Dal- Miller. at noon on Friday with portable buildings, power Serviitems “WeSe gorvifrom The Holmes County es in three rings of units and more hand and vic dear devic ghas inntghe ines artwo-day ir Re he sale selling pair to large whatever nt This ton, located just miles Repaitems, rre curre ur7 cu yo your Humane Society’s next in de Trade inofTra everything from air comhand helps the woodworknortheast Kidron. yo%urof yo urtools and air tools. air tools in 12 rings. regular meeting is tonight & anings & of % ings Cle 50 50 Clean to to up up e e iv iv ce ce pressors to engines and On Saturday, the auction metal industries re re “We all work in tandem. d d an an * ing and * tments tments Adjus newoff at 8:30 a.m., sellSee Pg. 4 — CALENDAR more. fa around here.” Adjus One doesn’t work withSee Pg. 3 — EXPO ice iceneofwf a kicks prha seofpr hase much



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Mom’s Morning Out, which was canceled Feb. 6 because of inclement weather, will be held March 13 from 9-10 a.m. at Charm School. In order to prepare

children for school, the Holmes County General Health District and East Holmes Local Schools have teamed up with early intervention specialists from the Holmes

County Training Center to improve the well-being of children through Help Me Grow, an early intervention program and a home visiting program to help families coordinate

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children are not meeting developmental milestones upon entry into kindergarten. The program offers parents another resource to assist with developmental questions and needs, such as expert screenings for children under the age of three. For more information, contact Becky Smith at 330-674-5035.

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Expo (Continued From Page 1)


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Woodworking tools, small and large, will be displayed and for sale at the 19th annual Buckeye Tool Expo. five years ago when Dennis Keim, a local Red Cross volunteer, saw a need in both the Amish and English communities for a venue to see various health options under one roof. For the fifth annual Tri-County Health Expo, more than 55 vendors and numerous speakers will be on-site. “We’ll have a variety of different vendors representing both medical and natural health, as well as a variety of speakers covering topics,” said Clark. These topics include gardening, counseling and depression, women’s and children’s health, minerals and allergies. “The speakers have as much of a variety as our vendors, we really try to have a lot of different topics and types of speakers,” said Clark. Seminars run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Vendors include doctors, chiropractors, dentists, herbs, books and other health care products, as well as midwives, tea, soaps, lotions, locally made products, and cook-

ware, said Clark, naming just a few. One vendor new to the show this year is the New Leaf Center. “Their goal is to provide local comprehensive care for children and adults with complex genetic diseases. There are not a lot of places for people who have complex genetic diseases because they may be one of only 50 people in the country that have this disease. We’re really excited to have one locally,” said Clark.

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Categories include heavy equipment and lifts, specialty equipment and attachments, sawmill and logging equipment, woodworking equipment, consignment from Danville Furniture Shop, drills, sanders and saws, planers moulders, jointers and shapers, concrete tools, power units, generators, air compressors, engines, air and power tools, chainsaws, doors, windows and trim, hoop buildings, storage barns, ladders, steam whistles, kilns, firewood manufacturing equipment and much more. A benefit breakfast will be held at 6 a.m. Because of the symbiotic relationship between the auction and the tool expo, a free, continuous shuttle service is available between the two venues for anyone wishing to travel between the Buckeye Event Center and the auction grounds during Expo hours on both days. “They can park up here or park down at the auction at Kidron, get on that service and it will shuttle them between the two places at no charge,” said Miller. As another attraction, the Tri-County Health Expo will be held that weekend at the Buckeye Event Center. With a goal to “Help you and your family have a healthy future,” the event is also free and open to the public. The expo will include a variety of vendors offering products and services alongside featured speakers throughout both days. The overall vision of the show is to educate and empower people to have healthy families into the future, said Zedrick Clark, owner of Nature’s Food Market in Berlin. The expo was first held

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Calendar (Thursday, Feb. 14) at 7 p.m. at the Life Center (former Grocery Bag) in Millersburg. New and prospective members are welcome. Humane society meets the second Thursday of each month. The humane society will be taking part in Girls’ Night out in Millersburg on Saturday, Feb. 16 at Kaufman Realty where a

drawing will be held for a gift basket. Call 330-3774026 for more details.

Veterans office taking help applications Holmes County Veterans Service Center is accepting applications for assistance for February through Friday, Feb. 22 at noon. The board meet-

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ing will be held Monday, Feb. 25 at 6:30 p.m. Office hours are Monday, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; and Tuesday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The office will be closed Tuesday, Feb. 19, Presidents Day. For more information call 330-6744806.

Clinic to hold ‘Girl Talk’ event

Albers-Bowling, Psy.D., psychology and psychiatry; Jordan Garrison, The Cleveland Clinic DO, family medicine; Wooster will hold Girl Sharon Marcanthony, Talk on Feb. 21 at the MD, OB/GYN; and Wooster Inn, 801 E. Deidre McIntosh, MD, Wayne Ave., Wooster. OB/GYN. Participants are invited Registration, health screenings and vendor to ask questions of all visits will be from 5-6 sorts, live or submitted in p.m. and the dinner and writing. panel discussion Fish fry is Feb. 16 open will begin at 6 p.m. The ‘The Music Man’ American Legion Post cost is $20 and includes to be performed 494, of Sugarcreek, will the meal. Reservations are at Hiland hold a public family fish fry on Saturday, Feb. 16. required. Registration “The Music Man,” the The all-you-can-eat fish deadline is Feb. 18. Call musical based on Merfry runs from 4-7 p.m. 330-263-2660. Panelists for the quesor until the food is gone. Everyone is welcome and tion-and-answer prothe Post Home is locat- gram will be Rebeced on North Broadway ca Russell, MD, OB/ GYN, moderator; Susan (Continued From Page 3) Street in Sugarcreek.

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end offers something for the whole family. “They can all have a good time,” said Clark, whether he or she is interested in power tools or health. “It’s free admission, so if you are interested in anything with the woodworking and metal industries you are welcome, we’d love to have you,” added Miller. “Browse around and see all there is to offer.”

Representatives from the show’s sponsors — Nature’s Food Market, The Daily Record and Water Divine — will also be present. Clark urges attendees to pick up a show directory, which offers tips for healthy living and a health care directory in addition to speaker schedules, bios and a vendor list. With the combination of the Buckeye Tool Expo, Reporter Kelley Mohr the Tri-County Health can be reached at 330Expo and the Kidron Air- 674-5676 or kmohr@theworks Auction, the week-

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Community Always enough room for love Of all of the misused and overused words in the world, one of the biggest culprits is the word that is on everyone’s mind this time of the year. Love. Think of how many times a day we use it, and what we use it for. I know how many times I day I tell my children or my husband that I love them, but I also say things like, “I love Chinese food!” and “I love it when I do a few loads of laundry and don’t have any mismatched socks!” I talk to my mom nearly every day on the phone and end it with “love you.” I end every email with my husband “love, Karrie.” I sometimes tell my children I love them so much, I could squeeze them until their heads pop off. We love songs and television shows. We love movie stars and seasons of the year, restaurants,

cars, and fashion. Toby Keith sang about how much he loves a bar, and Ray Charles sang that he can’t stop loving you, and The Beatles are well known for preaching that, above all else, all you need is love. It all seems like a lot of love. Almost too much for one word to handle, and if Love knew what it had to go through every day, it would probably be fairly stressed out. How can one simple fourletter word (that doesn’t follow simple grammatical rules, by the way) have to cover everything from socks to pop music to the Indian restaurant about an hour away? The answer, I think,

came to me during my first job in the real world. My boss was a very wise man, as down to earth as they come, and his knowledge continues to resonate in my head. The father of many children, one dark early morning before they had even turned on the overhead florescent lights, we sat drinking coffee by lamplight and discussing our work for the day and like we did so often, we got off topic. There in that office, he shared something so special with me I carry it with me and see the truth in it in so many facets of life. “When I got married, I thought I loved my wife more than all the world. And then when we were about to have our first child, I got really scared. I thought to myself, I love my wife so much, how can I ever have enough love for a child, too?”

A newly-married woman, I sat in awe and listened. “And when the child was born, I realized that I had enough. I loved that child like I loved my wife. The three of us were in so much love with each other, it was beautiful. I thought I had maxed out on love, so when a few years later we found out we were expecting another child, I got scared once again. How could I possibly have enough love to share with my wife, my daughter, and now another kid?” Knowing this bearded boss of mine had a mind and heart of infinite wisdom, I waited for his answer. “And you know what? I did. I had enough for that child, too. And the next, and the next, and the next, and the next. And See Pg. 7 — LOVE

Church briefs Social Day is Feb. 14 are planned

At the 10:15 a.m. morning worship service the Community Social Day The Shreve area churchbeginning of The Lenten will be at Renner’s St. es will again be holding Season will be observed. Paul United Church of Community Lenten Soup The Rev. Walther will Christ on Feb. 14, 11 a.m.- and Bread meals and worlead worship, which will 3 p.m. It’s Valentine’s Day ship on Wednesdays from feature guest speaker, — take your sweetheart. 6-7 p.m. This year’s theme Dr. Dan Hawk from the Lunch is soup, sandwich, for services will be the Department of Biblical Part two of salad and dessert. Free- “Stepping Stones of Lent” Studies of Ashland Theowill offering supports out- and the offering will be ‘The Story’ begins logical Seminary. The Misreach programs. The day’s donated to The PregnanPart two of “The Story,” sions Committee will proactivities include knotting cy Care Center of Wayne which focuses on the New vide refreshments for the comforters, sharing old County Inc., with the hope Testament, will begin on Thirst After Righteousneighborhood pictures of raising $1,000 for the Sunday, Feb. 17, at 9 a.m. ness time which will foland lots of fellowship. agency. St. John’s has com- low the morning service. Renner’s St. Paul is locatIn keeping with Jesus’ pleted the 21-week part St. John’s will share in the ed on Tuscarawas County sacrifice, a simple meal of one, which covered the first community Lenten Road 41 near Coshocton soup, crackers, bread and Old Testament. Children, Service at Martin’s Creek County Road 93 (7620 beverage (no dessert) will youth, and adults will Mennonite Church at 3 Renner Road SW.) be served at 6 p.m. gather for an opening ses- p.m. this Sunday. Dates and locations of sion in Fellowship Hall The church is at 8670 Community services are: Feb. 13 (Ash and then breakfast for State Route 39, MillersWednesday) at Hopewell age-appropriate classes. burg. Lenten services

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Fisherman’s Breakfast is Feb. 23 Fisherman’s Breakfast will be held Saturday, Feb. 23 at 7 a.m. at Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen in Mount Hope. For information call 330-6740922.

Street vacation

Presbyterian; Feb. 20 at Shreve United Methodist; Feb. 27 at Shreve Presbyterian; March 6 at Shreve Christian (Disciples of Christ); March 13 at Hopewell Presbyterian.

hearing scheduled A public hearing will be held Monday, Feb. 25 at 6:55 p.m. by Millersburg Village Council to hear any comments on a proposed street vacation of an undeveloped 40-foot section between the Flickinger and Myers properties on Critchfield Street. The meeting will be at the Village Office, 6 N. Washington St., Millersburg. Written comments will be received at the Village Office until 3 p.m. on Feb. 22.

Breakfast at Wise to benefit schools

Briefs New arrival

Endowment Fund is offering the Daniel O. A GIRL, Rylie Belle Schlabach scholarship to Kay, was born Feb. 2 residents of the primary to Ashley Johnson of coverage area or famWooster and Tim Kay ily members of an active of Shiloh. She weighed 5 department member that pounds, 5 ounces and was are potential students of 18 inches long. medical or fire-fighting Grandparents are Kathy studies. This scholarship is Johnson, Gregory John- renewable. son, both of Wooster, KenFor application send dra Manuel, Paul Manuel, request to: Prairie Townboth of Shiloh, Michael ship Volunteer Fire DepartKay and Maria Kay, both ment Endowment Funds, of San Bruno, Calif. Great- P.O. Box 268, Holmesville grandparents are Pauline 44633. Deadline is April 1. Greenough of Big Prairie, Diane Booth of Willard, Joanne Kay of Sunnydale, Pomerene Family Ariz., and Michael Banks Care extends of Sanford, Mich. Greatgreat-grandma is Helen office hours Booth of Willard. Pomerene Family Care is extending office hours during the cold and flu Volunteers season. Debra DeHasspreparing Lehr, FNP-BC, will be available an additional 10 tax returns hours per week to accomThe Glenmont Food modate patients. Pantry, located in the Hours are: Monday, 7 Community Building a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday, 7 a.m.(school), will be open 5 p.m.; Wednesday, 7 a.m-6 the second Tuesday of p.m.; Thursday, 7 a.m.-2 each month, 5-8 p.m. Vol- p.m.; and Friday, 9 a.m.-5 unteers are now doing p.m.Call 330-674-3333 to income tax returns. schedule an appointment. Pomerene Family Care Knitters, is located in the MillersMedical Center, 1261 crocheters needed burg Wooster Road, Suite 200, Volunteers are needed Millersburg. to assist in putting together crocheted and/or knitted afghan blocks for the CHIP assistance Holmes County Chapter applications of the American Red Cross disaster services available program. Contact Patricia CHIP assistance is now Lang, executive director, available for Holmes at 330-674-5861 or patri- County residents. There will be funds available for owner rehabilitation, emergency repairs, home Scholarship repairs and rental rehab. available for Millersburg Village has been designated a priorfire-fighting, ity target area. Applica-

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This is a free educational event provided by The Ohio Bluebird Society for those who pre-register. A whole hog sausage and Walk-ins are welcome with haystack benefit breakfast with Ohio Bluebird Society will $5 admission fee. Boxed basket raffle will be held Saturday, Feb. 23, 6-11 a.m., at Wise hold its annual Educational lunches are $10. Conference on Saturday, Feb. Make checks payable to Middle School. 23 at Arden Shisler Center OBS; mail to: Ohio Bluebird The school is located at the corner of state Route 557 and for Education & Economic Society, PMB 111, 343 W. County Road 120. Proceeds Development, 1680 Madison Milltown Road, Wooster, OH 44691-7214. For more informabenefit the students of Charm, Ave., Wooster. The day begins at 8 a.m. tion call Marcella Hawkins at Flat Ridge and Wise schools. registration a n d 330-465-6987 or email to info@ Donations will be accepted at w i t h refreshments. the door.

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Psalms 2:18–29 Psalms 3:1–24 1 Corinthians 13:1–13 Luke 10:1–24


The ocean is vast and ever changing; shimmering and calm one moment, restless and rough another. But, the waves always return to the shore. The way of love is much like that of the sea. It is beautiful, yet unpredictable - storms may brew, but calm always returns to make way for loving and happy moments. Like the love of God, true love never fails. As Valentine’s Day approaches let us meditate on the way of true love and rededicate our love to that special one in our life, with God’s help. Happy Valentine’s Day.

Luke 10:25–42


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The Holmes County District Public Library (Continued From Page 5) is in need of all issues of from the village of Mill- the 2011 Holmes County And enough for my wife, ersburg will take pre- Hub newspaper. The cop- and God, and all things cedence over all appli- ies must be clean and that are good in the cations until the grant intact. Please contact world.” So whenever I feel like objectives have been met. Susan Corl at 330-674If no applications are 5972 with any questions the word “love” is overreceived within 90 days, or take your copies to the used, I go back to that sunrise conversation the target funds along library to donate. with the remaining funds will be released county wide. For more information and an application, contact Butchering Beef, Hogs, & Deer Mary Hoxworth at HolmCut,Wrapping, & Freezing es County Planning ComAppointments mission at 330-674-8625. (Continued From Page 5)


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All-Ohio Youth Choir to perform Sunday in Coshocton R. Snyder of Coshocton, and performs at the Ohio State Fair each summer. “We expect about 160 of the 200 members of the 2012 Youth Choir to be with us for the weekend,” said Snyder. “When you consider that some members are now attending college in other states, some are committed to other school functions, and others have work or family obligations that weekend, it’s remarkable that 80 percent of the singers are able to rearrange their schedules to be together.” Each year the Youth Choir works to develop a theme, not only in the selection of music,


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19 from 4-8 p.m. The programs are in the Wooster Library and are open to the public for no charge. Featured will be the The Wayne County Wayne County Historical Civil War Roundtable, Society exhibit “Wayne in collaboration with the County in the Civil War” Wayne County Library, (in hallway), as well as the is continuing the com- Ohio Historical Society memoration of the 150th traveling exhibit “Ohio anniversary of the Civil and the Civil War.” The War with a program Feb. exhibit explores topics

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Members of the 2012 All-Ohio Youth Choir perform at the Ohio State Fair. These singers will perform at Coshocton High School on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 3 p.m. Dream Alive!” concert are $10 for adults and $5 for students and are available at the door or by calling the Coshocton Community Choir Busi-

ness Manager, Lee Bown at 740-622-3960. Tickets and additional information can also be found

such as civil rights, political dissent, pacifism, religion, and popular culture (in Conference Room West). Also on display will be the magnificent “Roulette Farm” display by George Rees from Medina. The Roulette Farm is near the Antietam Battlefield in Maryland. Rees has a considerable number of battle

relics that he located on the farm during hundreds of visits over 18 years. The relics were carefully numbered and recorded. He has built beautiful cases to display some of the relics, arranged by regiments that fought there Sept. 17, 1862. This exhibit is in Conference Room West. The exhibits are coming down Feb. 25. Civil War movies will be shown continuously from 4-8 p.m.

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but also in the living experience at the State Fair. “2012 marked the 50th year the All-Ohio Youth Choir performed at the Ohio State Fair,” explained Snyder. “When I was considering a theme for the summer, ‘Keep the Dream Alive!’ seemed fitting. In addition to celebrating the Choir’s anniversary, the theme is also a salute to America, as well as a plea to keep the arts alive in our schools.” Local singers Emma Brems, Liz Kittner, Alex Lawrence, and Nathan Shutt will be featured soloists. Coshocton County native Sarah Porteus Baker has arranged ‘Together, Wherever We Go’ and several other songs that will be included in the concert. The Youth Choir will also be singing for the 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 17 worship service at The Coshocton Presbyterian Church, located at 142 N. Fourth St.. A Youth Choir ensemble will sing at the 8 a.m. mass that day at Sacred




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If winter is getting you down, then the All-Ohio Youth Choir Winter Pops Concert on Sunday, Feb. 17 is just the remedy to pick you back up. Approximately 160 teen members of the Youth Choir and the Cardinal Chorale will be traveling from all points in Ohio and beyond to Coshocton for their 21st annual reunion concert. The Winter Pops Concert is sponsored by the Coshocton Community Choir and will be held at 3 p.m. at Coshocton High School’s McKinley Auditorium located at 1205 Cambridge Road. The All-Ohio Youth Choir is conducted by Charles

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The 21st annual Poetry, Prose & Acoustical Jam will be held at the University of Akron Wayne College on Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. Poets, short-story writers and acoustical musicians are encouraged to participate in the coffeehouseSee Pg. 9 — BRIEFS

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Dogged pursuit of every last detail Preparing a car for sale is a bit of an art form. Even a vehicle that has been well-loved and carefully cared for can be bumped-up a notch or two with the help of a thorough detail job. It’s a lot like a girl getting ready for the prom. Consider, for instance, a natural beauty. Quiet, confident and perfectly comfortable in a ponytail and boots, she’s content to blend in with the rest of girls on any given day. But on prom night, once she’s been through the full-blown, pre-prom nails-make-up-hair-andgown treatment she can turn heads quicker than an aced serve at Wimbledon. That’s exactly what you’d like your old car to do when it’s time to hang that sign in the window! And just as our prom queen preps with a team of trusted experts, our once-treasured automobiles must spend time in the company of a master if they are to win the eyes and hearts of prospective buyers. I am as blessed in this regard as the daughter of a Broadway seamstress for my

brother, Jeff, a master of all things automobile! I spent the biggest part of a Sunday afternoon under Jeff’s watchful eye vacuuming, scrubbing, polishing and dressing my dear Suburban in preparation for its orange-and-black-signed coming-out in a parking lot near a highlytrafficked intersection. Hours, and hours, and HOURS I slaved; and this on a vehicle that had never been allowed to remain “dirty” for more than a day or two at a time! Alas, I was reminded of the sad irony of creating a thing of beauty in the gritty, gray world of wintertime Northeast Ohio when I rolled my snow-white beauty out the door of the shop onto a carpet of cinders beneath a spray of sleet. Traveling the few blocks toward home I

ran a tight slalom course between the puddles only to arrive in a driveway still befouled by circles of brown froth created in the greasy, dying gasps of my little red Plymouth. I strategically straddled the puddles, parking where I could exit the vehicle without stepping directly into one. I left the driver’s door open as I dashed into the garage to grab a tube of Super Glue with which I intended to dress up a tiny crack in the trim. I twisted at the lid of the glue as I made my way back to the gleaming machine. “Wow, the Suburban looks awesome!” said my son Ben as he stepped into the drive with our little dog, Ruby, trotting at his side. “Thanks! It was a lot of work,” I said. Ben paused for a moment to take in the full picture and as he did, Ruby, the ever dutiful mutt, sat down at his side directly in one of those previously-mentioned grease puddles. “Ack! Get that dog out of that nasty slime!” I shouted.

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style event that will be held in the Wayne College Marketplace in the Student Life Building. Sponsored by Waynessence, the college’s literary and arts publication, the Poetry, Prose and Acoustical Jam provides a venue for aspiring authors and musicians, along with published writers and community members. Susanna Horn, writing center coordinator and PPAJ organizer, said, “Each year brings a unique combination of poetry, prose and music. We look forward to seeing performers from the event’s early history and we welcome new participants.” The Jam is free and open to the public. Complimentary coffee and tea will be served and other refreshments will be available for purchase. To register or for more information, call 330-06848962 by Friday, Feb. 15.

“The Music Man,” the musical based on Meredith Willson’s timeless classic, is coming back to Hiland High School Feb. 22 and 23 and March 1 and 2 at 7 p.m., as well as Feb. 24 and March 3 at 2:30 p.m. in the Hiland High School auditorium. It will be directed by John Harris. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students and seniors and may be purchased by calling Holly or Rita at the high school office during school hours at 330-893-2626.

Ashland University Department of Theatre’s “Season of Comedy from Stage and Screen” continues with “Little Shop of Horrors.” Evening performances begin at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 22, 23 and March 1, 2 in Hugo Young Theatre. A Sunday matinee performance is slated for Feb. 24 at 2 p.m. A talkback with the cast and crew will be held after the March 1 performance. Area schools are invited to attend a special school matinee performance on March 1 at 9 a.m. with seats available at $2 each. Single tickets for the performances are $10 for adults; $9 for senior citizens, students, university faculty/ staff; $8 for groups of 10 or more; and $2 for Ashland University students. To purchase tickets, call the Ashland University Box Office at 419-2895125, Monday through Friday, noon-6 p.m.; or purchase online at www. (additional fees apply).


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Ruby, whose two strategies for dealing with human displeasure are: a.) rolling over on her back; and b.) heading for close and heavy cover; performed both of these rituals in rapid order with the latter of the two nearly stopping my heart as the grease-dipped mutt shot straight up into the driver’s seat! There were screams, yes, and panicked shouts; none of which worked to assuage the dog’s explod-

ing anxiety. She dove further into the shadowy confines of the vehicle leaving a well-defined witness of sludge with every movement. I don’t believe I’ve moved quite that swiftly since my long-ago lifeguarding days. And who would have imagined that my training to restrain and extract combative drowning victims would find utility decades later in removing a small, slimy dog

from beneath a car seat? Scrubbing with wild haste while a bewildered mutt cowered outside, I was able to remove every trace of the incident from the tan interior before the stains set in. Unfortunately forgotten in the moments as they had unfolded was one large, uncapped tube of adhesive — and a moment can be a very, very long time when it comes to super glue! (More on that next week!)

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Barbwire Ohio Holstein Association to convene at Sidney By BARB LUMLEY Columnist The Ohio Holstein Association will hold its annual meeting and convention Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9, at Sidney, Ohio. The convention will kick off with the Ohio Convention Sale to be held at 11 a.m. Friday, March 8 at the Shelby County Fairgrounds located at 655 S. Highland Ave., Sidney. The sale will feature approximately

80 head of outstanding registered Holsteins from well known herds in Ohio and surrounding states. There will be consignments with high genomics, show prospects of all ages, cows scored Very Good and Excellent, fresh cows, and bred heifers. Animals selling are from outstanding cow families, with many generations of Very Good and Excellent dams with high production, and sired by the

top bulls of the breed. There will be black and whites, red and whites, and polled consignments selling. Activities following the sale include the Queen’s Contest and luncheon at 1 p.m., a Holstein USA regional meeting from 5-6 p.m., Queen Contest at 7 p.m., with social gatherings for both juniors and adults to follow. Saturday’s events will begin at 8 a.m. with the

opening of the dairy bar, the Show Committee meeting, Ohio Holstein Women’s Association annual meeting, Memorial Award interviews, Outstanding Junior Member interviews and the Resolutions Committee meeting. The Ohio Holstein Association annual meeting begins at 9 a.m. and the Ohio Juniors will meet at 9:30 a.m. The Awards Luncheon will be held at noon and the Ohio Holstein Women’s

fun auction will be held after the award presentations. Hotel headquarters is the Sidney Inn and Conference Center, 400 Folkerth Ave., which is located off I-75 Exit 92 behind Bob Evans. Mention the Ohio Holstein Association for the discount rate. Phone number is 1-866-905-4410. Meal reservations for the Saturday luncheon are $20 for adults 21 and older and $15 for under

21. Reservations are due by Monday, Feb. 25 to the Ohio Holstein Association, P. O. Box 479, Wooster, Ohio 44691. For information or sale catalogs phone the Ohio Holstein office at 330264-9088; Don Alexander, general manager, 304-376-1788; Ken Janes, 330-464-4134; Barb Lumley, 330-739-2038; Jenny Thomas, 614-395-9823; Eric Topp, 419-953-3427; or Chris Lahmers, 614306-7194.

85-111.50, choice heifers 120-129.50, good heifers 115119.50, good Holstein cows 70-84.50, yellows and thins 70-down, bulls 80-92. 91 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 950, top pony 300.

choice calves 105-130, medium to good calves 90-105, fair to medium calves 75-90, commons and lights 75-down, back to farm, bull calves 130-160. 1 GOAT — 125. 3 SHEEP & LAMBS — Feeder lambs 122, sheep for slaughter 60. 82 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 67-73.50, 240260 lbs. 70-79, butcher sows 63-down, boars by wt. 12. 32 CATTLE — Steers, Holstein 83-97, bulls 91.75; good beef cows 79-84, medium to good cows 72-79, fair to medium cows 65-72, common cows 64-down; FEEDER CATTLE — Holstein steer & bulls 92-down. 166 TOTAL HEAD. 32 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 285-370, 2nd and 3rd cutting 285-425, hay per bale 3.75-7.50, big rd. bales 60-135, wheat straw per ton 190, lg. sq. and rd. hay per ton 270-310, lg. bale 27.50-80, ear corn per ton 220,

corn fodder 37, firewood per ton 40-60; eggs 315 dozen at .45-1.35 per dozen.

down, wethers 180-down. 309 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 70-82.50, lambs 40-60 lbs. 210-310, 60-80 lbs. 170-250, 80-100 lbs. 127.50-175, 100-130 lbs. 122.50-132.50, 130up 110-125. TOTAL HEAD — 702. 135 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 300-400, 3rd and 4th cutting 280-410, mixed 1st cutting 185-350, mixed 2nd cutting 220-375, lg. bales hay 20-120, lg bales hay 70-370 ton, wheat straw 130-200, lg. bales straw 110-150 ton, ear corn 220; oats 18, corn fodder 15-17.50 bale, balage 130-190 ton, firewood 30-62.50; 1,132 doz. eggs — white .60-.75; brown .60-1.20.

51-60 lbs. 40-48, 61 lbs.-up 43-57.50, service boars 55-125, roasters 60-82.50. 74 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 90-170, back to farm, heifers 50-190, light & thin 80-down. 135 CATTLE — Steers 79, heifers 71-90, bulls 86.50-101, good beef cows 17.50-82.50, medium to good 71-77, thin to poor 70-down; feeder steers 65-115, heifers 77.50-105. 2 SHEEP — Feeder lambs 90-125 lbs. 127.50, cull ewes and bucks 40. 201 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,375-down, bred heifers 1,485-down, service bulls 3351,125, open heifers 450-900. TOTAL HEAD 659; Consignors 229. 97 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 180-300, 2nd cutting 190-295, 3rd cutting 285360, hay 4th cutting 285-330, lg. bales 40-130 each and 105-275 ton, straw 105-190 ton; ear corn 180-215; firewood 55-175 load.

Markets SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Feb. 4 105 CALVES — Choice calves 125-155, good calves 80-120, light & thins 40-down; back to farm bulls 115-155, heifers 75-140, crossbreds 75-210; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 90-138, heifers 90-125, Holstein steers 70-84. 158 CATTLE — Choice steers 120-130, good steers 115-119.50, Holstein steers

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2013’s hottest home trends and easy upgrades (BPT) — The top home decor trends for 2013 are already emerging, and homeowners seeking a fresh look will find a lot to love. Not only can these looks be accomplished in minimal time — they’re budget friendly and easy enough for DIYers to finish in a weekend or less. Giving your home an updated feel doesn’t require a full-scale renovation. Instead, focus on simple updates for the most frequently used rooms in your house. When you’re ready to get started on your home’s new look, let these trends of the year be your design guide. In the kitchen Kitchens need to be functional, but in this hub of the home style is just as important. Upholding practicality while adding visual interest is a top trend this season. Twotoned upper and lower cabinet colors are rapidly growing in popularity as a way to let homeowners

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pest management related to a specific crop or situation. Current category numbers and assignments (Continued From Page 10) are: 1 (Grain and Cereal Crops); 2 (Forage Crops Wayne, Holmes and Livestock); 3 (Fruit counties and Vegetable Crops); 4 (Nursery and Forest Extension Crops); 5 (Greenhouse offices to Crops); 6 (Fumigation) 7 (Specialty uses) present pesticide and OSU Extension Wayne County, and OSU Extenrecertification sion Holmes County will training be providing recertificaPrivate pesticide appli- tion training on the folcators with a license to pur- lowing dates and locachase and apply restricted tions: use pesticides are required Feb. 15, Fisher Auditorito attend three hours of um, (North Exhibit Area) recertification training OARDC, 1680 Madison every three years to main- Ave., Wooster, 12:30-3:30 tain their license. That p.m. Please arrive at noon training must include at for registration so that least one hour of core and the recertification trainthe remaining two hours ing can begin promptly can be category related. at 12:30. Training in Core Core training includes and categories 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, topics such as safe han- 6 and 7. dling of pesticides, sprayFeb. 19, Mount Hope er technology and cali- Auction Barn, 8076 State bration, pesticide mixing Route 241, from 12:30and loading, pesticide 3:30 p.m. Please arrive mode of action, pesticide at noon for registration laws and regulations. Cat- so that the recertificaegory training includes tion training can begin specific pesticide use and promptly at 12:30. Train-


ing in Core and categories 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. Feb. 22: Farmerstown Auction Barn, 2807 State Route 557, Baltic, from 12:30-3:30 p.m. Please arrive at noon for registration so that the recertification training can begin promptly at 12:30. Training in Core and categories 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. Feb. 25: Kidron Auction Sprunger Building, 4885 Kidron Road, from 12:303:30 p.m. Please arrive at noon for registration so that the recertification training can begin promptly at 12:30. Training in Core and categories 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. Other recertification opportunities in surrounding counties are posted at: http://pested. html . Cost of the recertification training is $35 for the license holder. The license renewal fee paid to the Ohio Department of Agriculture is an additional $30. For more information contact the Wayne County Extension office at 330-264-8722.

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Parade of

Little People Maci Nicole Moore

Birthdate: 9/11/11 Parents: Jessica Shepler & Josh Moore; Grandparents: Lisa Shepler, Charlie & Julie Moore; Great-Grandparents: Nancy Hunter, Bessie Mewdows, Donna Moore Hometown: Wooster, OH

Matthew James Raber

Birthdate: 7/7/06 Parents: Gary & Cindy Raber Grandparents: Jr. & Mabel Raber, Abe & Susie Schlabach Hometown: Sugarcreek, OH

Jazmin Heath Birthdate: 10/21/06 Parents: Andrea & Dennie Hahn Grandparents: Buck & Tracy Hahn, Jim & Junnie Winters Hometown: Warner Robins, GA

Parker Jameson Garver

Birthdate: 7/12/07 Parents: Carice Jameson & Kurt Garver Grandparents: Carol Jameson, Jane Voltz, Wanda & Howard Jameson Hometown: Killbuck, OH

Lydia Marie Raber Birthdate: 2/26/09 Parents: Jim & Teresa Raber Grandparents: Jr. & Mabel Raber, Martha Yoakam Hometown: Dover, OH

Emily Grace Hahn

Birthdate: 12/21/12 Parents: Andrea & Dennie Hahn Grandparents: Buck & Tracy Hahn, Jim & Junnie Winters, Ken Heath Hometown: Warner Robins, GA

Rilynn Paige Coblentz

Birthdate: 10/13/10 Parents: Israel & Camby Coblentz Grandparents: Jon & Leslee Mast, Terry & Margaret Coblentz Hometown: Englewood, OH

Lily Rittenour

Zander Blaine Croskey Birthdate: 5/12/10 Parents: Shyanne Croskey Grandparents: Tom & Dianne Croskey Hometown: Glenmont, OH

Alexis Paige Truit

Birthdate: 9/25/12 Parents: Ashten & Josh Truit Grandparents: Mike & Tammy Miller, Paul & Tammie Truit Hometown: Millersburg, OH

Birthdate: 12/20/06 Parents: Rich & Jennifer Rittenour Hometown: Millersburg, OH

Kamdon Lewis Wayne Flener

Birthdate: 8/3/12 Parents: Boyd (Scooter) & Kristina Flener Grandparents: Buck & Tracy Hahn, Butch & Sharon Flener Hometown: Killbuck, OH

Corbin Jay Lewis

Birthdate: 1/1/11 Parents: Tricia Chaney & Justin Lewis Grandparents: Jeff & Rhonda Chaney, Don & Linda Lewis; Great-Grandparents: Gert Renfrew, Terry Chaney Hometown: Killbuck, OH 10116589

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Parade of

Little People Cash Matthew Paul Walker Birthdate: 11/16/11 Parents: Matthew & Nicole Walker Grandparents: Patrick & Marsha Walker Hometown: Fairmont, WV

Wayne Nicolas Schlabach

Birthdate: 10/4/12 Parents: Eric & Lucille Schlabach Grandparents: Wayne & Betty Schlabach, Nicolas & Luci Alyala Great-Grandma: Emma Schlabach Hometown: Sarasota, FL

Dylan Scott & Gavin Thomas Miller, Lila Elizabeth Houmard

Birthdate: 7/9/08, 7/28/10, 10/3/11 Parents: Brad & Orpha Miller, JD & Lori Houmard; Grandparents: Ben & Betty Miller, Mahlon & Mary Miller, Kevin & Jamie Miller, Doug & Dee Houmard; Hometown: Trail, OH; Walnut Creek, OH

Rory Lee Fletcher Birthdate: 5/6/11 Parents: Kim & Tommy Fletcher Grandparents: Atlee & Audrey Byler Hometown: Killbuck, OH

Remyck Beachy Birthdate: 4/16/09 Parents: Brit Corrigan & Kyle Beachy Grandparents: Dean & Cynde Corrigan, Ken Beachy, Tracy Beachy Hometown: Millersburg, OH

Ethan Michael Young

Birthdate: 3/14/06 Parents: Michael & Kendra Young Grandparents: Ken & Pam Bromund, Mary & Steve Bartel, Van Young Hometown: Millersburg, OH

Haden & Natalie Lint

Birthdate: 10/9/12, 6/19/10 Parents: Kevin & Tab Lint Grandparents: Alan & Melissa Schonauer, Russ & Geri Lint Hometown: Glenmont, OH

Cooper Boals Birthdate: 6/1/12 Parents: Ryan & Megge Boals Grandparents: Jim & Cindy Boals, Jerry & Chris Hayes Hometown: Big Pairie, OH

Blaine Landon Young

Birthdate: 3/6/08 Parents: Michael & Kendra Young Grandparents: Ken & Pam Bromund, Mary & Steve Bartel, Van Young Hometown: Millersburg, OH

Harper Mae Lint

Birthdate: 3/31/12 Parents: Dusty & Julia Lint Grandparents: Alan & Melissa Middleton, Russ & Geri Lint Hometown: Glenmont, OH

Larry Cleveland Atkinson III & Jaylee Linnea Lyons

Birthdate: 2/28/08, 7/16/12 Parents: Bridgette Kimbrell & Larry C. Atkinson Jr./Bridgette Kimbrell & R.S. Lyons, Bill Kurtz Grandparents: Brenda & Fred Kimbrell, Barb Atkinson, Sharon & Paul Mullins, Roger Lyons & Barb Napier; Great-Grandpa: Robert J. Schaefer (aka: Santa pa); Hometown: Millersburg, OH

Brynn Abigail Young

Birthdate: 11/19/12 Parents: Michael & Kendra Young Grandparents: Ken & Pam Bromund, Mary & Steve Bartel, Van Young Hometown: Millersburg, OH


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college’s main building located at 1901 Smucker Road, Orrville. Register (Continued From Page 14) by calling the student services office at 330-684The FAFSA is the federal 8942. application that is required Participants should take to receive federal financial a photo ID and 2012 federaid, including the Federal al tax returns for students Pell Grant and student and parents, or W2s if taxes loans, as well as the need- have not been completed. based state grants. While Also take Social Secuwalk-ins are welcome, rity number, 2012 untaxed families are encouraged to income records, any other register in advance for the records of money earned, free workshop. bank statements and Workshops are sched- investment records. uled for Feb. 16, March 2 Deadline for the Wayne and April 6 from 9 a.m.- College Scholarship noon in room A225 of the application is March 1,

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Saturday MBA information session set The University of Akron Wayne College will hold an information session Feb. 24 at 6:30 p.m. for people who are interested in learning more about its 2013 Saturday MBA program. The session will be held in the Student Life Building, 1901 Smucker Road, Orrville.

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Parade of

Little People Lexi Proper Birthdate: 10/9/08 Parents: Josh & Brandie Fortney Grandparents: Theresa & Mark Proper, Laura Fortney & Ken Atherton Hometown: Killbuck, OH

Madison Grace & Hayden Noelle Weaver

Birthdate: 8/2/05, 8/29/08 Parents: Mike & Shelly Weaver Grandparents: Dean & Elsie Yoder, Ivan & Ellen Weaver Hometown: Strasburg, OH

Shyanne Pierce Birthdate: 10/25/11 Parents: Chad & Terri Pierce Grandparents: Tina Pierce, Laura Fortney & Ken Atherton Hometown: Big Prairie, OH

Charlie Daniel Yoder

Birthdate: 10/25/11 Parents: Danny & Karen Yoder Grandparents: Dean & Elsie Yoder, Milo & Leah Yoder Hometown: Walnut Creek, OH

Jace & Marik Weir

Birthdate: 11/3/11 Parents: Mike & Jessica Weir Grandparents: Jim & JoAnn Chmielowiec, Dean & Dianne Varns Hometown: Wooster, OH

Alayna & Alexis Sheaffer

Birthdate: 1/3/12, 11/24/09 Parents: Gary & Abby Sheaffer Grandparents: Bob & Susie Weiland, Rick Sheaffer Hometown: Killbuck, OH

Faith Elizabeth & Emma Grace Brown

Birthdate: 4/25/05, 5/21/09 Parents: Mike & Mandy Brown Grandparents: Art & Kathy Brown, Al & Wilma Gingerich, Ginny Williams Hometown: Holmesville, OH

Kaden Oaks

Birthdate: 9/4/09 Parents: Mandy Oaks (Will), Steven Oaks (Destinee) Grandparents: Joanne Whytsell, Todd & DeeDee Phillips, Martha & Tony Hometown: Millersburg, OH 10117477

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Tri-County Health Expo is this weekend When: Friday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday, 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Where: Buckeye Event Center, 624 Henry St., Dalton. Goal and mission is “To Help You And Your Family Have A Healthy Future.” This is a free event and open to the general public. There will be a wide variety of vendors with products and services, as well as featured speakers throughout both days. Check out the website for more details on the speaker schedules and attending vendors and services. For more information call 330-473-2825, 330-4733137 or visit

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Blood drives Feb. 22 — Nashville United Methodist Church, 13294 State Route 39, Nashville, 1-7 p.m. Feb. 27 — Homestead Furniture, 8216 State Route 241, Mount Hope, noon-7 p.m. Feb. 28 — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2691 County Road 144, Walnut Creek, 1-7 p.m.

4-H note The Ripley Ringleaders 4-H Club will hold its first meeting of the year on Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Ripley Church of Christ. Enrollment forms and project books will be passed out.

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Tuesday — Valley View Wood, 1-2 p.m.; Brush Run School, 2:15-3:15 p.m.; Farmerstown, 4-6:45 p.m. Wednesday — East Valley School, 9:3010:30 a.m.; We s t Beidler School, 10:4511:45 a.m.; Apple Hill School, 12:45-1:30 p.m.; East Fairview School, 1:45-2:45 p.m.; Heinis, 2:15-2:45 p.m.; Nature’s Food Market, 3-6 p.m. Thursday — Shady Hollow School, 9:15-10:45 a.m.; Ashery School, 11 a.m.-noon; Hopeview Subdivision, 1-1:45 p.m.; East Salt Creek School, 2-3 p.m.; Killbuck, 3-6 p.m. Friday — East Plains School, 9-10 a.m.; Blessing Acres School, 10:1511:15 a.m.; Bowman Harness, County Road 77 and 629, 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.; Holmes County Home, 1:30-2:30 p.m.; Greenfield Assisted Living, 2:45-3:15 p.m.

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Shop The Stores 4:00-9:00 pm

Free mini manicures and 25% off all Signature Color Cosmetics.

specials, goody bags, Valentine’s dinne r, ladies in free! 6PM-?

You and your girlfriends deserve a night of pampering, shopping, activities, refreshments and sO much mOre in historic Downtown millersburg! Shop our downtown businesses & receive a special pampering activity... they will be hosting other businesses in their stores, also. amish country essentials Offering brown sugar hand scrubs, Pampered Chef, Mary Kay face up-dos, Thirty-One and Name that Product challenge! Our drawing is for $100 gift basket and girls can buy more chances if they want to. Cupcakes, punch and Jitter’s Coffee will be served.

lux hair Studio Best Lips Contest and sales on makeup, skin care, and hair care products throughout store!

Jackson Street gallery Pucci Pocchē(French Poodle Salon), Silpada jewelry, Bronze Boutique,

antique emporium Handmade purses, scarves and jewelry; Candy and ribbon cookies for sale Scentsy, and Miche purses. Hospice and Every Woman’s House will also host booths! to benefit Relay for Life; Mini manicures from New Image Salon; Sales throughout the store; Red High Heels hidden throughout the store. Find one and get a prize!

mama Bear’s Sweet & Spicy Coffee for $1. Enter to win a Mama Bear’s Gift Basket!

avon (on courthouse lawn) Information on domestic violence & breast cancer awareness.

millersburg glass & collectibles Offering refreshments, sweet treats, and tax free

Spin the Wheel for prizes and giveaways! Drawing for Avon gift basket; information on Avon’s goal to put 100,000 women to work in 30 days!

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Beauty and the Beach Chocolate fountain, finger foods, Scentsy representative, door prizes

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shopping to all the ladies!

millersburg True Value Huge sale, in-store specials, and a drawing for a gift basket. Refreshments will be provided!

and a grand prize!

pioneer loft Featuring “See Shel’s Treasures” with European beads.

Bookworms Spend $10.00 at Bookworms and receive a FREE Cupcake book bag! S&S Mane

pnc Bank Partnering with Active Chiropractic – offering mini massages.

Attraction will be in the bookstore doing quick up-dos. Also featuring representatives from Jamberry Nails and Wildtree. A full “Candy Bar” will be set up and refreshments will also be served by Arlene Miller from Wildtree. We will also raffle off numerous gift baskets to raise money to purchase an iPad for the special education program at Millersburg Elementary.

rig & co. Complimentary Mini Manicures and 25% OFF all Signature Makeup Product. Starlight antiques Special sales just for the evening. New lighted prints by Billy Jacobs. Get your pictures taken in different fun antique settings, Facebook picture contest, raffle for Billy

comfort inn millersburg Discount rooms available under group block MLBG GNO or mention Jacobs basket to benefit Millersburg Lions Club. Refreshments will be provided.

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Girls’ Night Out when calling for reservations; rates start at $59.99 (Saturday only).

eighteen 76 Salon & Spa (in 55 west building) Sale on retail items throughout spa;

Buy One Scarf Get The Second HALF PRICE!

raffle for full makeover, Eye Kandy Glitter Eyeliner, ColorMe temporary hair color, a pre-booking special, Catered Jewelry Designs, and Tastefully Simple!

Sue’s cut and perm Scentsy, Alltel, hair products, vases that turn into a hat $8.00 foxy lady drink. The Jewelry Store S & S Mane Attraction will give paraffin hand dips (1 hand free, both for $5). Free jewelry cleaning. Scarf Sale: Buy one get one 1/2 off. Munchies!

hotel millersburg & Tavern Rooms starting at $65 in the Hotel, and $6 chocolate martinis in Thoughts That count Purchase 2 Fenton Glass Beads at regular price - Get 1 pair of Fenton the Restaurant. Sweet Treat Junktion (cupcakes), Twiggy’s Crafts (jewelry) & Sam Sutton, caricature Earrings Free; 10% OFF Storewide (excludes Fenton Glass); Refreshments! artist will be in the lobby. Village antiques, etc… Light Refreshments and specially discounted items throughout the store! in Balance Featuring Thirty-one with new products! Voice of holmes county Handcrafted Jewelry by Cherikaberry and Dizzy Izzy Gourmet Kaufman realty Humane Society; Kaser’s Pet Bakery with homemade healthy dog treats and Cupcakes. raffle; Dexterity Salon with 5 minute free massages and raffle for $100 gift card; Premiere Jewelry; Arbonne; Norwex. wow image group Free gift with $10 purchase! la palma Drink specials.

Young music & Sound Special 2013 Sweetheart Sales throughout the store! Drawing for a “pink” guitar, chocolate jazz extravaganza with chocolate refreshments.

larry’s music millersburg Tax free shopping, live music, and refreshments!! light For my path candles (formerly walnut creek candles) Make your own candle

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Young’s uniform & Scrubs 10 minute reflexology sample for $5! Gloves In A Bottle-Buy 2 for $10.00, Satin Pillowcases one for $10.00/ Two for $16; Names embroidered free while you wait.

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Public record Sheriff Feb. 1 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Office received a report of theft on U.S. 62

in Paint Township. Feb. 2 — A report of fraud was taken on County Road 333 in Prairie Township.

Feb. 4 — Breaking and entering was reported at a business on Township Road 610 in Salt Creek Township.

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Attempted breaking and entering was reported at a business on Township Road 353 in Berlin Township. A report was taken of damage to property on County Road 192 in Prairie Township. A report was taken of a bad check received at a residence on West Main Street in Holmesville. Theft was reported at

a residence on U.S. 62 in Mechanic Township. Feb. 5 — A report was taken of fraud that occurred at a residence on Township Road 464 in Washington Township. Feb. 6 — A report was received of a bad check passed at a business in East Main Street in Berlin. Feb. 7 — Theft was reported from a business

on County Road 77 in Berlin Township. Theft was reported from a residence on County Road 245 in Prairie Township. Feb. 8 — Criminal damaging was reported on state Route 83 in Mechanic Township. A report was taken of breaking and entering on County Road 22 in Knox Township.


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Obituaries Eli Yutzy, 91 Eli M. Yutzy, 91, Sugarcreek, died Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at Walnut Hills Nursing Home in Walnut Creek. He was born Aug. 5, 1921, in Hutchinson, Kan., to the late John and S u s a n (Mast) Yu t z y. He was a retired m i n i s ter and evangelist and was a member of Gospel Light Chapel near Dundee. He was first married to the former Grace Roth, who preceded him in 1985 and is survived by his second wife, the former Dorothy Stutzman Troyer, whom he married April 12, 1986. Surviving in addition to his wife are children Ron (Judith) Yutzy of Nappanee, Ind., Jim (Drusilla) Yutzy of Middletown, Barbara (John) Coblentz of Guys Mill, Pa., John (Lois) Yutzy of Dray-

ton, Ontario Canada, Myron (Karen) Troyer of Berlin and Charlene (Arlen) Mullet of Sugarcreek; 25 grandchildren; 56 great-grandchildren; eight great-great-grandchildren; and a brother, Lester Yutzy of Dubuque, Iowa. In addition to his first wife, he was preceded in death by a daughter, his parents and two daughters-in-law. Services are today (Thursday, Feb. 14), at 10 a.m. at Gospel Light Chapel 2743 County Road 168, Dundee, with pastor Eli Weaver officiating. Burial will be in Sonlight Chapel Church Cemetery in Maysville. Arrangements are being handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home, Sugarcreek. To share a memory and sign the guest register visit www.smithfuneral. com. Memorials may be made to Crossroads Hospice of NE Ohio, 3743 Boettler Drive, Suite E, Green 44685.

Elizabeth Miller, 81 Elizabeth H. (Bowman) Miller, 81, Millersburg, went home to be with the Lord on Feb. 11, 2013, at Walnut Hills Nursing Home. She was born Feb. 15, 1931, near Mount Hope, to the late Harvey and Lizzie (Lehman) Bowman. She was a member of Zion Conservative Mennonite Church in Benton. She will be especially remembered for her love and concern for her children and grandchildren and her servant heart for God and others. Her love of flowers, birds and gardening in the rain are fondly remembered as well. Surviving are her husband, Jonas A. Miller, whom she married Nov. 27, 1951; sons Ivan (Fran) Miller of Walnut Creek and David (Rosella) Miller of Heron, Mont.; daughters Mary (David) Byler of Dover, Del., Miriam (Robert) Croft of Sugarcreek, Joy (David) Hostetler of Wooster, and Gloria Miller of Baltic; 19 grandchildren; nine greatgrandchildren; a sister, Fannie (Ezra) Wengerd of Apple Creek; brothers Harvey (Bertha) Bow-

man of Millersburg and Eli (Lydia Ann) Bowman of Fredericksburg; sisters-in-law Anna Bowman of Millersburg and Pollyanna Bowman of Shipshewana, Ind.; and a stepsister, Barbara Miller of Fredericksburg. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her stepmother, Lizzie (Mast) Bowman; a granddaughter, Megan Miller; brothers Sam, Joe and Dan; sisters Anna, Lydia, Mary and Catharine; and a stepsister, Mary. Funeral services will be Friday, Feb. 15, at 10 a.m. at Gospel Haven Mennonite Church, State Route 241, Benton. Friends may call today (Thursday, Feb. 14) from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the church. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. The family is deeply grateful to the staff at Walnut Hills Nursing Home for the loving, compassionate care they gave Elizabeth during her stay there and to everyone whose cards, visits and kindness blessed her on her journey home.

Helen Lockley, 97 Helen King Lockley, 97, of Walnut Creek and formerly of New Castle, Pa., died Monday, Feb. 4, 2013, at Walnut Hills Retirement Home in Walnut Creek. Born in McKeesport, Pa., on Oct. 31, 1915, she was the daughter of the late Edward C. King and Josephine J. King. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Harry L. Lockley and a greatgranddaughter, Mandy Sommers. Surviving are a sister, Ethel L. Miller, formerly of Bethel Park, Pa.; a daughter, Patricia Ann and Leroy J. Shaw of Sugarcreek, and a son, Harry K. and Agnes H. Lockley of Carlisle, Pa.; seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson. She was a graduate of Butler High School, Butler, Pa. in 1934 and Slippery Rock University in 1936 and 1957. She taught school from 1936-76, as a fifth-grade teacher at Croton Avenue School in New Castle from 195767 and kindergarten and

preschool at First United Methodist Church from 1969-76. She was a member of The First United Methodist Church, Junior Reading Circle, charter member of Paws & Taws Square Dancing Club, Wimodausis, Retired Teachers of New Castle, PEA, Prime Timers, Jameson Junior Guild, and had taught line dancing at McGill Center from 1991-2000. Services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at R. Cunningham Funeral Home & Crematory Inc., 2429 Wilmington Road, New Castle, Pa. The Rev. Dennis Bupp will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Park Cemetery. Friends may call one hour prior to the services at the funeral home on Saturday. The obituary may be viewed and online condolences offered at In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Walnut Hills Nursing Home, 4748 Olde Pump St., P.O. Box 127, Walnut Creek 44687.

Eli Miller, 64 Eli D. Miller, 64, 9041 County Road 245, Holmesville, went to be with his Lord on Thursday evening, Jan. 10, 2013, at his home after a battle with Fahrs disease. He was born Jan. 17, 1948, near Apple Creek, the son of the late Daniel L. and Emma (Hostetler) Miller, and married Melinda L. Gingerich on Nov. 11, 1971. She survives. He had worked at Wayne Mines and later at Riceland Cabinets. He was a faithful member of the Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Dan (Sylvia) Miller of Holmesville, Henry (Sharon) Miller of Auburn, Ky., Miriam (Raymond) Petersheim of Holmesville, Emma (David) Pratt of Coal Grove, Anna (Marlin) Miller of Franklin, Ky., Mary (Tom) Peachey of Russellville, Ky., Amanda (Linford) Miller of the home, Lydia (Matthew) Schmucker of Fredericksburg and Edward (Janet) Miller of Millersburg; 25 grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Linda (Chriss) Gingerich of Walhounding, Edna (Henry) Gingerich of Holmesville, Ada (Jacob)

Gingerich, Toby (Nancy) Miller and Josie (Emma) Miller, all of Fredericksburg, Miriam Beam of Holmesville, Lydia (Steve) Goudy of Millersburg, Barbara (Abner) Nisley, Reuben (Clara) Miller and Levi (Susan) Miller, all of Fredericksburg. He was preceded in death by his parents; two infant sisters; and a special grandson, Randell. Services were Sunday, Jan. 13 at the Norman Hershberger residence, County Road 245, Holmesville, with Bishop Eli Hilty officiating. Burial was in Yoder Cemetery, Holmes County. Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg handled arrangements.

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Dennis Miller, 92 Dennis Devon Miller, 92, Sugarcreek, died Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at Walnut Hills Nursing Home in Walnut Creek. He was born Feb. 16, 1920, in Berlin, to the late Rudy and Jenny ( Tr o y e r ) Miller. Dennis spent the years, 1941-45 in Ohio, Virginia, and Montana in Civilian Public Service, and was a smoke jumper in Montana and Idaho. He was employed by the Mullet Coal Co. for six years and in 1956 began a career as a self-employed artificial inseminator of cattle. He enjoyed working with the farmers and their cattle for 35 years. He was a member of Grace Mennonite Church in Berlin and was a sports fan who loved basketball, as well as baseball and football. Having once owned an Indian motorcycle, he also enjoyed the races. Camping with his family was very much enjoyed and Canada was a favorite destination. Dennis and Mary made many trips to Branson, Mo., where they enjoyed

the country music and a once in a lifetime trip, driving to Alaska, was very special to him. Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Grace Conkle, whom he married Oct. 13, 1946, and was by his side for 66 years; children Cathy Lynn (Frank) Smith of Delta, Colo., Errol Stanley (Kathy) Miller of Jeromesville and Jolene Dee (Denny) Oxender of Bluffton; grandchildren Kendra (Jim) Huber, Kyle (Dana) Smith, Kalina (Isaiah) Schloneger, Tori (Myles) Bower and Luke Miller Oxender; and a brother, Stanley E. Miller of Sarasota, Fla. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by sisters Helen L. Miller and Maxine L. Brown. Services are today (Thursday, Feb. 14) at 10 a.m. at Grace Mennonite Church in Berlin, with pastors Larry Kaufman and Bob Miller officiating. Burial will be in Union Hill Cemetery, Sugarcreek. Arrangements are being handled by SmithVarns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek. To share a memory and sign the guest register visit www.

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Hoops spotlight was on boys and girls Holmes County teams last week the night with 32 points as the Knights narrowly nipped the Hawks 68-61. Because the Knights’ football team went so deep into the season, the original season-opening game was postponed to Monday. It’s a good thing for the Hawks, too, because they have improved immensely since the beginning of the season. And even though they lost two consecutive games, falling to Garaway on Friday before they played the Knights, the team is showing much more poise and has developed an identity. Coach Schlabach and his staff have done a great job molding this young team into a cohesive group that can contend with anybody. Then on Tuesday, the Lady Knights went over to Hiland and were handed their first loss of the season after winning the first 20 games rather convincingly. It didn’t help that the Knights were held without a field goal in the first quarter, tossing up enough bricks to construct a small house. It was a physical game in which the path to the basket was pretty much a stonewall on both ends of the floor. It took some hot shooting streaks by Hiland’s Megan Beachy and then Regina Hochstetler to help the Hawks bring


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down the No. 1 team in the state in Div. II. Some people were surprised by Hiland’s ability to pull off the upset, but to me, it wasn’t all that much of an upset. Many of Hiland’s players have been in many a big game, including playing in the state championship game last season. The girls were playing good basketball. Unfortunately, the euphoria was shortlived, as on Saturday, the Hawks were hammered by Div. I powerhouse Wadsworth. All three losses by Hiland this year have been to Div. I teams, two of which are top-ranked teams in the state in No. 1 Twinsburg and the sixth-ranked Grizzlies. Wooster was the only other team to top the Hawks. Perhaps suffering a hangover from Tuesday, the Lady Knights needed a huge fourth-quarter comeback on Thursday to overcome a 13-point deficit against Mansfield Senior to pull out a win in their regular season finale. Hopefully that wake-up call will lift the girls as they embark on the tournament trail this evening. The Knights boys weren’t so lucky on their trip to Mansfield on Friday. After jumping out to a 27-17 lead after the first quarter, West Holmes couldn’t sustain the energy level as the Tygers came roaring back to win an exciting, fast-paced 80-76 shootout. It was a great week of hoops on the local hardwoods, and as the second season gets under way, it’s only going to get better.

By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer For the second night in a row, East and West Holmes went at it on the hardwoods, and for the second straight night, Holmes County hoops fans were treated to an exciting evening of basketball at the Perry Reese Jr. Community Center. Tuesday, the Knights were dealt their first loss of the season 41-36 by the Hawks in a defensive struggle. “I wouldn’t expect anything less out of these two teams,” said West Holmes coach Lisa Patterson, whose team’s 20-game winning streak was snapped. “We’ll learn from it. Going into the tournament with one loss, we’ll be all right.” Hiland (18-2) continues to play giant killer, getting physical against a bigger team. Jasmine Goings, the Hawks’ tallest player, all 5-feet-10 inches of her, did the job of denying Laina Snyder anything inside. “We didn’t know if Jasmine was playing,” Hiland coach Dave Schlabach said. “She had not practiced in eight days. She was in a boot until two days ago with an ankle sprain. We were going to give her one rotation and see what happened from there. That’s what you give your teammates in games like this, a great physical effort. “Her and Natalie (Nickol) did the job,” the coach continued. “I told them they didn’t have to score a point or get a rebound. They just had to constantly be in Laina’s way. She showed late, you’re

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Hiland’s Megan Beachy fends off the pressure of West Holmes’ Rachelle Morrison during last Tuesday’s game in Berlin. Beachy scored 14 points to help the Hawks upend the Knights 41-36. not going to stop her, just contain her.” Snyder was held without a point until 5:39 of the fourth quarter, when she scored inside to tie the game at 29-29. She finished with six points and 11 rebounds. “They were extremely physical in the post, and their girls knocked down shots when they needed it,” Patterson said. Megan Beachy, who led the Hiland attack with 14 points, answered the Snyder score to put Hiland back up 31-29. After a West Holmes miss, Kendra Schlabach stuck back a miss to extend the Hawks’ lead to 33-29 midway through the fourth quarter.

The Knights’ Rachelle Morrison answered with a triple to trim the lead back to one before Beachy scored on a driving layup to give Hiland a 35-32 lead with 2:12 to play. After a Snyder score, Schlabach split a pair of free throws to give the Hawks a 36-34 edge with 1:04 remaining. Goings, who finished with four points and five rebounds, split a pair of free throws with 40 seconds left. Snyder scored at the 21-second mark to pull West Holmes back to within one, 37-36. Schlabach was fouled on the inbounds and swished See Pg. 25 — FIRST LOSS



For two days last week, the eyes of the basketball world were on Holmes County as Hiland and West Holmes went toe-to-toe on back-toback nights. The boys played Monday night at West Holmes and then the girls went at it on Tuesday over in the Perry Reese Jr. Community Center in Berlin. Both nights, the fans were treated to some high drama, uplifting individual performances and some top quality basketball. It snowed all day on Monday, but that wasn’t enough to keep a couple thousand hoops fans from filling the Dungeon for the annual battle for bragging rights. Hiland isn’t quite the same this year, with four of the five starters from last year’s state championship team all playing college hoops at the present time. But the young team Mark Schlabach has this season is playing with an abundance of energy and enthusiasm, while displaying some skills along the way. The young Hawks played with the seasoned Knights right from the start, until Brady Arnold took over in the fourth quarter. The junior star of West Holmes pumped in 17 points in the fourth quarter alone, finishing

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kids,” Schlabach continued. “Our schedule has been phenomenal. What (Continued From Page 24) a great battle. That was a physical war. Win or lose, the resulting free throws this game was going to to give the Hawks a 39-36 be great for both teams. lead with 19 seconds to I wanted to win the game, play. obviously, but I just felt Justice Wright got off a like it turned into the clean look at a 3 as time game I hoped it would ran down, but was unable be.” to connect. The game didn’t start “It was an open shot. out very well for West Justice can knock that Holmes. shot down. I’d never tell The Knights were held Justice not to take that without a field goal in the shot,” Patterson said. first quarter, missing all Schlabach had seen eight field goal attempts, Wright make big shots including five from against his team in years beyond the arc. past, and was not thrilled “It wasn’t like we were to see her get such a clean scoring at will. It was a look. grind,” Schlabach said. But he was glad with the “This was two teams that outcome. were very well prepared, Kendra Schlabach was well scouted, everybody fouled on the rebound knew what everybody and swished a pair of free was doing, and who the throws for the final score. scorers are.” “It was an enjoyable The Hawks led 8-1 after game with so many good the first quarter, but West players on the floor,” Holmes batted back to coach Schlabach said. within 14-11 at intermis“It came down to effort sion. plays. We ran down a lot Emily Molnar hit a runof loose balls. We were ning jumper to give the trying to defend their Knights their first lead at shooters, we were trying 15-14 early in the second to figure out how to keep half, and Morrison, who Laina away from the rim. paced the Knights with 14 It was a chess match going points, drained a 3-pointon out there. They’re very er to give the visitors an well coached. It was a big 18-14 lead three minutes win. into the third quarter. “Handling pressure late; Beachy buried a triple we didn’t turn it over. I for the Hawks and a mean, their kind of ath- jumper by Schlabach letes, their kind of pres- put Hiland back on top, sure, that’s where our before Paiten Strother schedule pays off. You hit two free throws then could just see it in our stuck back a missed free-


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bie to give the Knights a 24-20 late in the third. Beachy connected again from downtown to trim the West Holmes lead to one, 24-23 after three. Molnar hit a jumper to start the fourth quarter, but Hochstetler answered with back-to-back triples to give the Hawks a 29-26 lead. “Those shots Regina hit, were coming off of screens, 4-feet behind the line, with somebody running at her,” Schlabach said. “It is our job to get her shots. Strother might be the best defender we’ll play all year. We knew that and we were looking forward to that challenge. We just had to figure out ways to try and get (Regina) the basketball.” Hiland made 5-of-19 from beyond the arc, while West Holmes made 4-of-20. The Hawks made good on 10-of-15 from the free throw line, while the Knights hit 6-of-13. Kendra Schlabach finished with nine points and six rebounds to back Beachy and Hochstetler. “Taking free throws, handling the basketball, running the show, she’s our calming effect, the quarterback,” coach Schlabach said of the senior Schlabach. “The role players did what we wanted them to do.” Patterson hopes her Knights can put this loss behind. “Our goal is still to play and not lose our last game,” she said.

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Trio of Knights ink scholarships By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer West Holmes tight end/ defensive end and punter Brock Macaulay, who at 6-foot-7, 240 pounds is gifted with great size, but also carries a 3.4 GPA, signed a letter of intent last Wednesday to play football at Kent State. “I like the distance to home. It’s about an hour and 15 minutes, which is far enough away, but not too far. Both my parents went there. I thought that was cool. I really like the area at Kent. Academics are good,” Macaulay said. Macaulay certainly crushes the stereotype of big, dumb linemen in football. “You have to be smart to play football and be successful,” West Holmes coach Kevin Maltarich said. “Kent saw his ability and possibly what he can do in the future, and they’re getting a heck of a player,” said Maltarich. Two other Knights signed scholarships Wednesday, as soccer players Cortney Kozak and Shelby Harris signed letters of intent accepting scholarships to play soccer in college. Kozak, a defender, will play at Ohio Dominican and Harris, a goalie, will continue her education at Indiana Wesleyan. “The most important thing to me was academics. I know I’m not going

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West Holmes senior Brock Macaulay, flanked by his parents, Wendy and Ted Macaulay, and Knights football coach Kevin Maltarich, celebrated national signing day last Wednesday with a ceremony in the West Holmes library where he inked his name to a football scholarship to Kent State University. to play soccer my whole life,” Kozak said. “I also wanted to play soccer in college. Ohio Dominican had everything I was looking for. Every time I go on campus, I really like it there.” Harris said she found just what she was looking for in her college choice. “It was exactly what I was looking for in a university,” Harris said. “It’s the perfect size for me. It’s christian-based education, which is exactly what I was looking for, and their nursing program is highly ranked, and that’s what I wanted. Plus, they have a highly competitive soccer program, but it’s not going to be overwhelming for me.

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“Indiana Wesleyan has an amazing soccer program, and I’m hoping that as my team got better in high school, I gotmore into the sport and I put more dedication into it, so I’m hoping that when I get to Indiana Wesleyan, that will continue and I can build off their success to become a better player,” she continued. West Holmes soccer coach Josh Wengerd says he is proud to see his players moving on to the next level. “It is extremely rewarding to see these girls go on and play at the next level,” Wengerd said. “It’s a tribute to them because they love the game.”

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200 HEAD dairy seeking qualified Herdsman, duties would include: Herd health, AI breeding, calf management. Located in SE Ohio. (740) 373-7307

FOR SALE: Natural gas, 110,000 BTU, Olsen Luxaire furnace, $575. obo. Also 2004 40 gal. hot water heater, works good, $100.obo. 330-674-1477.

OWNER OF Millersburg Area Healthc a r e business serving expectant and new mothers, is looking for an assistant to help with various duties, including office work, errands, etc. Position is for part-time, afternoons. Call Suzanne @ 330-275-2805

50 PINT Frigidaire, dehumidifier, $175. 70 pint Frigidaire dehumidifier, $225. (330) 472-2613.

HOUSEKEEPER wanted for 4 Suite Bed & Breakfast. Duties include: cleaning bedrooms, bathrooms, main rooms etc., along with interacting with guests to check-in if needed. Must be honest, detail-oriented, hardworking, and efficient. Full/ and or part time available. Please be available to start immediately. Serious applicants only, send resume to: djoy@advertisingbydesign. net or mail to: 55 W. Jackson St. Millersburg, OH 44654

FOR SALE: New & used Generators for Ringer Washers. Also electric motors. Eli D. Miller (330) 893-1336†Ext 2

DRIVER/ WORKER For concrete crew. Must be motivated, alcohol and tobacco free, good driving record, excellent pay and year around salary. Call 330-472-9717.



Appliances Electronics

FOR SALE: Complete rebuilt powder coated Maytag Ringer Washers on h a n d at all times. Also double rinse tubs w/casters. Will also rebuild yours. Eli D. Miller (330) 893-1336†Ext 2 FOR SALE: Kenmore Elite heavy duty dryer, $100. obo. (330) 279-3303. WATER RITE water treatment system & Blu Flame kerosene water heater with 50 gal. hot water tank. Wayne Hershberger, 7500 Salt Creek Rd, Fredericksburg.

DRIVERS: Dedicated Account! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109

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


FOR SALE: 20HP Kohler Power Cart 750 Engine Hrs., Belt tightener drive, w/12V Hydraulic pump in good condition. (330) 698-0151Ext 4. WANTED: ROUND Bale wagon, Jason Miller (330) 359-5840 Ext 7 FOR SALE: MF 240 Diesel Tractor, Good Condition. Robert Raber VM (330) 674-0557 Ext 1


Farm Products Produce

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. WANTED, ORGANIC or certifiable land to rent. Competitive prices paid. (330) 359-5118 100 bales 1st cutting alfalfa, $2.00 per bale; 4x4 round bale haleage $65-$90 per bale. 330-852- 3033 / VM.

FOR SALE: Flywheel engines. 6 HP Hercules throttle gov., runs, $1475. 3 HP Fairbanks Morse, runs, $675. 12 HP Sattely H & M, $575. 3 HP Novo H & M, runs, $975. 1 1/2 HP London H & M , $1275. Scenic View Engine, 5673 CR 59, Millersburg. (330) 674-2450. FOR SALE: Yanmar Tractor, diesel, 20-hp, wet brakes, 3 pt., low hours, 3 pt. blade, 3 pt. brushog, 3 pt. disk, 3 pt. cultivator, $3300/all. (330) 893-3547. 2 PIONEER Sulky Plow 14" Andis Electric Clipper. Like new. Ivan Miller, 1345 TR 661, Dundee 330-359-5757 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. 10' TRANSPORT Field Cultivator, $600 (740) 291-7019 MASSEY FERGUSON tractor 461, 4 new tires, 1156 hrs., sync with shuttle, great cond. $13,500. (330) 893-3217.

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

FOR SALE: 2-N Ford rebuilt engine. Nice restoration project. $2,175. obo. (330) 674-2450.

FOR SALE: 275 Gal Fuel Tank with 3/4 Tank of Fuel Oil. $300 (330) 674-1100 FIREWOOD: SPLIT SEASONED, $45 per rick. Ivan R. Troyer, 1570 TR 111, Millersburg, Oh. 330-897-2929, VM. WILL TRADE firewood for scrap metal or anything. Dump trailer delivery available. (330) 275-7980.

FOR SALE: Slabwood. $10/bundle Aden Yoder, 5167 TR 629, Millersburg. (330) 893-3921

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

FOR SALE: Baled Wood Shavings, 4.5 cu. ft., $3.50/Per Bale, Holmes Wheel Shop, Holmesville, OH (330) 279-2891

FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab

sale. Will deliver. (573) 823-0258.

Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462.

FOR SALE: 1st cutting round bales, nice horse hay. Also 2nd cutting horse and sheep hay. 330-359-5730.

WOOD STOVE - 1 yr old, heats 1200 sq ft, incl $100 of firewood. $600, $500 w/o firewood. (330) 674-1536

CORN FODDER, 4 x 4 1/2 round bales, good quality. $45. each. Delivery available. David Beechy, (330) 852-3701 ext 1.

FOR SALE: Seasoned split firewood, $125/Cord. Nashville area. 330-231-6804

BIG PILE OF THRASHED OAT STRAW, you remove from barn - 1st $200! 330-472-2613.


BEEF TALLOW (suet) from grassfed animals, $1.50/lb. Millersburg. 330-473-7647.

50 HEAD Dorset Cross. Ready to start lambing soon. 1 Dorset Buck, 1 Polypay Buck. (330) 695-5312

1ST CUTTING Timothy horse hay, 45 lb bales, $7.00 (330) 472-2613.

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

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

EAR CORN $200/Ton. 5000' 3/8 Used Cable .15¢ per ft. 5/8 Used Cable .50¢ per ft. David Troyer (330) 674-2871 FIRST CUTTING hay and baleage, 4x5 round bales for horses and heifers. 4x5 round bales wheat straw. Federridge Farm, (330) 893-9371. ROUND BALES of Oats & Wheat Straw, stored inside, Call (330) 466-1408 1ST CUTTING HAY-mostly orchard grass with a little Timothy, $85/bale or $80/bale for 20 bales or more or $275/ton. Also 1200 lb bales of cow hay, $225/ton. Delivered. 330-464-6188. 1ST CUTTING nice horse hay, 4x5 round bales, 750-800 lb bales. $85./ bale. Will deliver. (740) 552-1722. 2ND CUTTING small square grass, alfalfa mix. $7.50 (330) 472-2613

WESTERN TOP quality dairy hay,

Construction Equipment FOR SALE: 85 bushel E-Z manure haylage, certified organic available. Call Jason 330-473-7905.

CASE 450C dozer with canopy, 6 way blade, gearmatic winch, good cond. Wayne Hershberger, 7500 Salt Creek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

Firewood Fuel

Farm Equipment LARGE SQUARE alfalfa & straw bales for wood & also boom truck loads available.

FOR SALE: 8 cu ft gas freezer, $150. obo. Gas refrigerator Servel, $200. obo. 330-567-9561.

Drivers Trucking FOR SALE: Toyota Forklift, hvy. duty DRIVERS: WEEKLY Pay .Bonuses, Incentives and More! Oil & Gas Svc Co. CDL-A, 2 yrs exp. Kathryn: 800-979-4155

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

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spreader, ground drive, trailer type, poly floor & sides, fines pan. Good cond. Used 4 years. (740) 623-0684.

FOR SALE: Massey tractor 231 with 600 hrs., like new, everything works, no leaks. Call after 4pm. 330-465-2755.

ORGANIC BAYLAGE for heifers or beef and mulch hay for organic produce. Joe Miller, (330) 897-1347.

high lift, runs on propane, excellent shape! $8000. Call Dwayne @ (330) 603-9974.

NEW HOLLAND L555 Skid Steer, 1500lb Lift, AUX Hydraulics, 3,550 Hrs, Good Condition. $7,200. (330) 852-3029

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,

FOR SALE: Dumping station & receiver jar. (330) 359-0752

HORSE HAY, wheat straw, small squares, round bales & large squares. Call Jason 330-473-7905.

JOHN DEERE M, runs good, weights on all wheels. (330) 893-7065†x2


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.

DS1624 RITEBURN heating stove with jacket, 4 yrs. old, $800. Emanuel Yoder, 33478 CR 12, Baltic, OH. (330) 897-2507

FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./ hr. Call (330) 897-1222 ext 3. FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127.

Horses Livestock

FOR SALE: 2 Saanen nannies, bred to Saanen Nubian , due March. 1 Saanen Nubian billy. (330) 897-5310. 4 YR old Percheron Gelding, Yearling Percheron Stallion, 10 yr old Standard Bred Mare. Mike Kurtz 8551 Harrison Rd Fredericksburg (330) 695-2174 WANTED: FAMILY Surrey horse, good for long trips. Joe Miller, (330) 674-1557 ext. 3. FOR SALE: Used leather haflinger harness (double). Useable cond. $195. obo. Robert Barkman, 12862 CR 316, Big Prairie, OH 44611. STANDARD BRED Gelding, 4 yr old, double gaited, needs work. Good boys horse. $1,500. Ivan D Miller, (330) 674-4572 HITCH GELDING potential coming 4 year old, red with white strip and socks, good size action and foot. Joe Miler, (330) 897-1347. BLACK LIMA BULL. 2 years old, polled. Noah A. Mast 10341 South Apple Creek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 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 4 YR old Mare Trotter, TSS, willing traveler, Women can drive, Owen Mast 7055 TR 323, Millersburg, (330) 279-2628 SUFOLK SHEEP Buck - 3 yr. old. Lots of twins. V.M. 330-674-6679 ext. 1.

Firewood Fuel FOR SALE: pair of Fresian Cross, 2 yr

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

old Colts. Henry A Weaver 50112 TR 69, Millersburg. FOR SALE: Started Holstein cross heifer calves, will raise them to 8 weeks old, $225. each. David Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892.

12 YEARS OLD standard bred gelding, big enough for mini surrey, TSS, family horse. (330) 893-8114. 9 YR old Muscles Yankee Trotter, TSS, Broke for women, mini surrey size. (330) 852-4148

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

5 HOLSTEIN and 1 Jersey heifer. Due March/April. Atlee Barkman, 8360 CR 373, Big Prairie, Ohio 44611

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

FOR SALE 5 yr old Chestnut Morgan Gelding, Broke, TSS, Safe for Women to drive. Joseph Petersheim 8054 Zuercher Rd, Dalton OH 44618

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

TEAM OF 12 yr old Great Belgain Mares, Good Broke, But drive with some snap. $3,200 (330) 231-5219

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.

6 YR old gelding, Jailhouse Jesse, Armbro Goal fresh in buggy couple times, TSS, 16.1 hands, drives with the best, $4200. 7 yr old gelding, Towners Big Guy, 100% TSS, surrey size, super family horse, trots, $2200. 4 yr old gelding, in buggy 6 months, broke, ready for miles, trots, $1600. Older 51" pony sorrel with 4 white socks, broke to a t still, has a lot of pep, make offer. Milan Yoder, 330-852-4704.

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 TEAM OF 11 yr old Black Cross Bred Mare, 3/4 Percheron, 1/4 Standard Bred, Really good broke single & double, Been used in produce patch. $4,800 (330) 231-5219 7 YEARS old gelding, good broke, good mini surrey or surrey horse. Fast enough for the boys. $1900. Vernon Mast, (330) 674-7817. FOR SALE: 3 year old Register Katahdin rams, 10 yearling Katahdin Rams. Mark Troyer, (330)852-0653 OLDER WHITE Percheron mare, traffic safe and safe in all farm machinery. Phone (330) 466-1408. 5 YR old Cross Bred, Dutch Percheron Mare, Black, Star, Broke Single & Double, Works in the field, On the road, Shys about big trucks, but controlable. Got some action. Daniel Miller (330) 897-1307† Ext. 1 9 YEARS old all purpose mare, anyone can drive, TSS. Mose J Miller. (330) 897-7209. 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. GOLF COAST Native/ Polypay ram, less than 1 year old, $180. Lester Yoder, 7882 TR 562, Holmesville. (330) 695-2610. 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. COMING 3 yr old Trotting Mare, 3/4 Standard Bred, 1/4 Morgan, Black, 2 whites, 15.3H, In Buggy since last summer, ready for miles. (330) 893-4257 TOO MANY Horses! Paint Stallion, Heavy Bone, Black & White, Great to cross w/Draft Horses. 3 yr old Pony Mare, $150. (740) 824-4361

3 YEAR old black Percheon mare. Broke, $1800 OBO. Enos Hershberger, 6000 S. Wenger Rd., Dalton, OH 44618 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 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. JERSEY STEER, approx 800lbs, $550. Also taking orders for dairy goat kids. (330) 674-2526 VM KATAHDIN EWE Lambs and Ewes 2-6 years old, due to lamb in April & May. (937) 466-2151

5 YEARS old gelding, 16.3 hands, surrey horse. Safe for women. 90% trot. TSS. Broke the best. $2400. (330) 893-0314. 4 YR old Small, Stocky Standard Bred Cross, Broke, Boys horse. $1,250. (330) 231-5219 FOR SALE: Cantab Hall Sire of dam Pine Chip trotting mare. Traffic safe, sound. Ready for miles. Samuel Petersheim 9106 CR 201 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 10 YR old Black Cross Bred Mare, Big enough for surrey, Good Broke, TSS. $1,300 (330) 231-5219 FOR SALE: (2) Coming 2years old Percheron Geldings. David H Yoder, (330) 893-2892. 4YR OLD Gelding, Black w/markings, Surrey size. $2,800. 5 yr old Trotter, Ready for miles, $3,800. Also some fresh horses. John Raber 4213 TR 629, Mlbg. WANTED: PLACE to put Holstein heifers to Jersey bull for 2-3 months. 330-201-4638.

6 YR old Gelding, Nice family Surrey horse, Double Gaited, Good Broke, Drives nice, TSS, $1,900. Duane Weaver (330) 674-1777

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.

5 YR. old gelding, tss, double gaited, strong surrey horse, drives good, $1900. (330) 600-1762, lv. msg.

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

7 YEARS old bay trotting mare, anybody can drive, traffic safe & sound, $1600. Phone (330) 763-4669. PAIR OF 5 & 6 year old black Percheron geldings. Broke to all farm machinery. $4000. Marvin Coblentz, 992 US Rt 62 , Wilmot, OH (330) 359-5570.

FOR SALE Pheasants. Red Golden, 4 females; Lady Amherst, 2 males, 2 females. $30. each. (740) 622-0933.

6 YR old Red Sorro Belgian Gelding, Broke to all farm machinery, Amos J. Yoder (330) 897-1295 Ext.1

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

FOR RENT OR 4 Sale Pair 2 yr. Percheron mares. Can use for 1 yr. Delivery available. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Mbg.

BROWN STANDARD Bred Mare, Double gaited, TSS, Willing traveler,Make Offer. Need to sell. (330) 674-1988 FOR SALE: Jersey cow coming with 2nd calf. Also Holstein Springer heifer and Jersey bull. Emanuel D Yoder, 48640 CR 186, Fresno, OH 43824. FOR SALE: 1 yr old Royal White Ram, Can be registered. $225 (330) 674-2500

4 YR old Black Gelding, All trot, Very well mannered, TSS, $2,200. Also 7 yr old Double Gaited Gelding, Heads up, Sharp boys horse. $1,400. (330) 893-3861 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 WOOL BUYING and Sheep Shearing, Book Now! Wool Bags available if needed. Marvin (330) 893-7037 Ext 3 or Vernon (330) 893-2620 KATAHDIN DORMER cross ram, born Feb. 2012, $200. Norman Beachy, 4120 TR 162, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. (330) 852-1303 ext. 2.

Household Furnishings

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

POLAROID LCD 1700 flat panel HD TV, 17 inch, perfect for dorm, bedroom or apartment. Perfect condition, 3 years old, $100. (330) 852-4297.

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.


FOR SALE: CHERRY CURIO cabinet. $150. (330) 749-7874 SLEEP COMFORT Mattress, w/motors, good condition, $490. (330) 600-1569 NOTICE: WILL re-upholster used couches, loveseats, rockers, hassocks, etc. Also boat seat cushions. Will make new cushions for outdoor furniture. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, 44654. VM, (330) 674-1300. new, $140. Call 330-893-1051.

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

(2)MAYTAG RINGER Washers, w/Electric Motor. New Bathroom Vanity w/Top & Mirror, Cherry color. (330) 695-6793

OLD OAK Mission Style Recliner, $100 OBO. La-Z-Boy Recliner, small, Med Blue, $100 OBO. 6' Sofa, Med Green, Fair cond., free. (2) Interior French Doors, 30x80 w/hinges & knobs. $150/both. OBO (330) 378-3431

FOR SALE. Tri-Star sweeper, like brand new. New price $2600., will sell for $1500. (330) 852-3719.

A SIX drawer dresser made of Hickory wood. Excellent condition. 330-231-4987

Hunting Fishing

(2) 30-30 Winchester Rifles, 1 w/scope. Also (3) pump Shot Guns, Winchester & Mosburg, 20ga & 12ga. Allen Miller (330) 852-3912 HORTON HUNTER crossbow, arrows, soft case, no quiver, $200. firm. EM Miller, 9080 S Carr Rd, Fredericksburg. Horton Crossbow w/Scope, Quiver, & Arrows, excellent condition $300. (330) 600-2097 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. FOR RENT: 12V clay pigeon thrower with automatic wobbler kit, foot peddle control. 330-763-3215. FOR SALE: Red Rock 512 Game Caller, and Clay Pigeon thrower. (330) 674-3999 Ext 1

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

Millersburg Office 40 West Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Phone 330.674.7355 Fax 330.674.0612 10115362

FOR SALE: 1 yr old Dorset Ram, would also consider lease until fall. Norman Troyer (330) 893-3673

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

FOR SALE: Semen tank, working cond. $225. David Yoder, (330) 893-2892. FOR SALE: 800# Jersey X Hol. steer, grass fed, none G.M.O, $800. Can dress. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Mbg.


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Household Furnishings FOR SALE: Birch two drawer file cabinet,


4 YR old Registered Dutch Standard Bred TSS Gelding, Boys horse, Takes the miles. Black & Three Whites. (330) 897-0025

5 JERSEY CROSS heifers, 10-11 months old. $500. each. Daniel Wengerd, (330) 674-2737 ext 1.

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.

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At Smokey Lane Stables

February 22, 2013 | Tack at 4:30 PM | Horses at 6:00 PM We will be selling 150 horses with some of the BEST trotters we have ever had! Need that special horse? Don’t miss this sale! Early Consignments: * 9 yr G Mr. Lovac, King Conch, 3 whites, the right kind

9344 tr 301, Millersburg Tastefully remodeled 3 BR, 2 BA ranch home on 1.09 acres with barn & pasture. Spacious rooms and Mullet Cabinet kitchen. $137,000 Pat kaufman 330-204-6512

1970 s. 14th st, CoshoCton Great Investment opportunity to buy a side by side duplex. Two Bedrooms and 1 Bath in each unit. Many updates including basement waterproofing & floor coverings. $99,500 Cliff sprang 330-464-5155

17 Cliff lane, Millersburg Well maintained and quality constructed 3 BR, 2 BA ranch home built in 2005. Includes attached 2 car garage, gas heat, central ac, full basement with work shop and walk out entrance. Located in Rustic acres allotment. $172,900 randy starner 330-473-9230

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

* Big G Balance Image * 9 yr G Western Hanover, 3 whites * 4 yr G Dewy Cheatmhow * 11 yr Stallion 1:56, $192,000, Famously, Royal Prestige, Speed-N-Action * 7 yr Grin from Ear to Ear, train to trot


4 year old Andover Hall – Donerail

Auctioneer: Myron Miller

Smokey Lane Stables, Inc. 686 Smokey Lane Road NW, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 | P: 330.852.2237


* 7 yr Son of Valley Victor, Snafu dam

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

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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.

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REBUILT 50" mower deck for walk behind Gravely, $375. Gravely riding tractor with 30" tiller, $975. (330) 674-2450.

FOR SALE: Oak Porch Swings, Corn Hole Games, Kids Carts, Childs Poly Picnic Tables. Wildcat Woodcrafts (330) 897-7403

ATV SPRAYER, 20 gal capacity, 12V Pump, $80. (330) 674-1988

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

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


Miscellaneous Merch.

Lawn & Garden

NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060.

FOR SALE: 8HP Tow Behind Chipper Shreader w/Blower, Works good. $500 (330) 674-2500

MEDIUM SIZE Brunco wood stove, $350. Gideon Raber, 3388 TR 177 Baltic, OH 43804. 330-897-0637 ext. 1.


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SHAVINGS ANIMAL Bedding. Mostly planer shavings. $4.25 a bale. Delivery available. 330-279-2146

CLEVELAND DORNBACK Gas furnace, gravity flow, $250. Roman Hershberger (330) 674-9609

FOR SALE: New 20 gallon cast iron kettle with stand. Ervin Weaver, 5571 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. Ph. 330695-2905

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

FOR SALE: Cricuit Imagine, works, like new, used very little, will cut & print, including 5 cartridges. (330) 473-9567.

T14 MARTIN Houses, in Redwood, Cedar or Pine, Bird Feeders, Bluebird & Wren houses. Wildcat Woodcrafts 1-1/2 mi. S of Baltic, TR85 (330) 897-7403

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21, 2013 9:00 A.M.

STRANG ESTATE Maytag auto washer and dryer; Bissell 12 amp. carpet cleaner like new; apt. size refrigerator; good selection of crystal and other dishes; Depression; set of Noritake; double bed; few toys; dolls; towels and bedding; books; Christmas décor; 2 twin beds; round dinette table and chairs; good couch; LR chairs; flatware set; stacking stands; wicker chair; good box lots; and more. TOOLS- Yard Machine 21 inch snow blower like new; dog cage; metal shelves; and more. ESTATE OF ANN C. STRANG, Wayne Co. Probate #TBD AUCTION #2 Selling a good selection of collectibles from a long time local collection. Crocks and jugs; wooden croquet set; good old wood planes of all kinds; oil lamps; old tools of all kinds; sad irons; marbles; cast iron pcs.; old bottles and canning jars; cast iron army tank bank; copper kitchen items; postcards; cherry drop leaf table; cookie cutters; albums of old stamps; wood butter paddles; Pepsi cartoon glasses; collection of 1947 Pep’s pins; old pics and frames; traps; Flexible Flyer sled; old glassware; and more. Short list. Good selection. Pictures on web site below. AUCTION #3 1930”s Maytag hit and miss engine; beer signs and mirrors; pocket knives; cast iron pcs.; fishing lures and poles; costume jewelry; dishes and glass; good selection older tractor, truck, and other manuals, emblems, and related items; cow and sheep pictures; pocket knives; few farm toys; good box lots; and more. AUCTION #4 Unusual black walnut sideboard w/ mirror in ex. condition; Shop Smith w/ attachments; old tools; service for 12 set of china; good box lots; and more. NOTE- A short list for a good auction. Lots of boxes to unpack. Starting at 9AM with antiques and table items, 2nd crew at 9:15 with tools and guy stuff, and a 3rd crew walking the rows. Good selection of pictures at Click on chattel auctions. TERMS- Cash or Good Check Breakfast and Lunch

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 SEARS HOMART: Natural gas electric wall furnace with thermo. $65.00. 7680 TR 334, Millersburg. 330-600-1459, VM.

FOR SALE: Boy's buggy, steel wheels, brakes & lights. $2000. Mark Miller, 330-674-5499.

ANTIQUES-COLLECTIBLES-TOOLS FURNITURE-PRIMITIVES-MAYTAG ENGINE SHOPSMITH- STAMPS-POSTCARDS GLASSWARE- TOOLS-SNOWBLOWER To settle the estate will sell the following personal property plus items from other homes at public auction. Auction to be held in The FFA Building, Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio. The fairgrounds are located at the junction of US Route 30 and State Route 3 South.

GRAIN OVAL shaped fuel oil tank on legs, $125/obo; Also, 6-gun cabinet, $20. (330) 893-1999.

FOR SALE. 3 new quilts. Queen size. (330) 789-1009.

TRAILER 6X12 tandem 3 ft. sides, 12000 gww ramps. Sides. removeable. Great wood hauler skid steer tractor, $1000. 10 py tires. Light weight gravity wagon, $500. 330-231-7349


Miscellaneous Merch. 280

FOR SALE. Kiln dried lumber, 4/4 prime pa red oak, $1.45. 4/4 prime brown maple, $1.25. 4/4 1-C brown maple, 85¢. 4/4 prime hickory, $1.25. 4/4 rustic hickory, 95¢. 4/4 prime poplar, $1.05. 4/4 prime cherry, $1.40. 4/4 walnut (mill run) 95¢. 4/4 sassafras, 1 & btr, 85¢. Mullet Run Lumber, 5474 TR 117, Baltic. (8 miles S of Millersburg) (330) 893-4085. FOR SALE: 110,000 BTU space heater. Real good cond. 330-852-4874. WOOD FURNACE 'N gas insert. Very good condition. Will heat large area. Grates like new. $325. 419-994-5156 FOR SALE: 75 gal. hydraulic oil tank. Vickers V-20-20 oil pump. 8x10 garage door, complete, 1 panel all glass, like new. New screen for door opening. Atlee J J Yoder, 6467 CR 19, Millersburg. (330) 674-6985.

FOR SALE: 18 HP Vanguard motor, triple pulley, good cond. $600. Also 50,000 BTU natural gas heater, $180. For Sale: 4/4 Cherry lumber, kiln dried, Daniel Keim, 5340 TR 606, grade uppers. (330) 674-3999 Location: Fredericksburg. Kaufman Auction House, 3149 SR 39 at the 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.


Tuesday, February 19, 2013 4:00 P.M.

Half Cents * Half Dollars * Silver Dollars * Gold * Misc. Half Cents-Half Dollars: 1828, 54, half cents; 1798/7, 1818, 46, 54, large cents; flying eagle cents; 1864/4, 70, 77, Indian head cents; 1909vdb ICG MS66 RD, 10s, 22d, 40 PCGS PR64 RD, Lincoln cents; 2-cent pcs.; 1887/6 3-cent nickel PCGS PR63 CAC; 1873 shield nickel; 1886, 87 NGC PR63 v-nickels; 1938d NGC MS66 buffalo nickel; 1821bust dime; 1876cc seated dime; set of mercury dimes missing only 1916d; rolls of silver dimes; 1875s 20-cent pc.; 1927s S/L quarter; rolls of silver quarters; 1806, 19, 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, 31, 34, bust halves; 1862, 64, 71, seated halves; 1915 barber half; 1917s rev., 38d, 41d PCGS MS64 walker halves; rolls of silver halves. Silver Dollars: 1843 seated; 1876s trade; 1878 7/8-T.F., 78 rev. of 79, 78cc, 79cc, 79o, 79s/s PCI MS64, 80cc, 80cc in GSA, 80o, 80s PCGS MS64 PL, 82o ANACS MS64 DMPL, 82o/s, 83cc, 83cc NGC MS65 in GSA, 83cc PCGS MS63 DMPL GSA, 84o PCGS MS63 DMPL, 84s PCGS AU55, 85 NGC MS63 PL CAC, 85o NGC MS63 DPL, 85s, 86 NGC MS64, 86s, 86s/s NGC MS63, 87 NGC MS65+, 87s, 88s, 90cc, 91, 91cc NGC MS61, 92s, 93cc, 94, 94o, 95o, 95s, 98o NGC MS64, 1900o/cc, 02o NGC MS65, 03, Morgans; set of 58 diff. Morgans; 1921, 24s, roll of 26s, 27d NGC MS61, 28, 34d, 34s, peace. Gold: 1844cc $20. liberty head NNC MS62; 1892o $10. liberty head PCGS MS62; 1908 $10. Indian head ICG MS60; 1856, 62, type-3 $1. pcs.; 1986 statue of liberty $5. in 3-coin set; 2-1987 U.S. Constitution $5. in 2-coin sets; 1988 Olympic $5. in 2-coin set; 1991 Mt. Rushmore $5. in 3-coin set; 1992 Olympic $5. in 3-coin set; Miscellaneous: 1925s Cal., 1936 Cleveland, 1892 Columbian PCGS MS62, 1925 Lex.-Concord, 1926s, 37d, Oregon trail, 1920 Pilgrim, 1937 Roanoke, 1935s Sand Diego, 1926 Sesqui., 1934 Texas, com. halves; 1899 $1. (black eagle) silver cert.; 1917 $2. legal tender note; 1808 Spanish 8-reale; foreign silver coins & more. NOTE: This is only a partial list of over 450 lots to be sold in catalog order. Doors open 2 hrs. prior to sale time. Online bidding available at .

AUCTIONEERS- Dave Acker, Nick DeFelice, Joe Shearer

Miscellaneous Merch.

EVEN HEAT BUTANE iron, used very little, 1 bottle butane included. $100. (330) 893-4157. FOR SALE: Fence Posts, $4.00 each. Uria M. Gingerich 9614 Senff Rd. Dundee, Ohio 44624 1 mile South of Mt. Eaton FOR SALE. Pony wagon with lights & brakes, $950. Also Dual Bio-Thane pony harness, $225. Both like new. Call 330- 695-9310. FOR SALE: New Oak Kitchen, 10 ft section includes pantry with pull outs and base & top cabinets with counter tops. $1500. (330) 698-1062. FREE CHOICE mineral feeders. $50. for 16 hole. $20. for 8 hole. 23 to chose from. Joe Miller, (330) 897-1347. FOR SALE: 18HP Lister Diesel Motor in good condition, over hauled 2 yrs ago. Samuel Miller 47963 TR 217, Millersburg, OH 44654 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. 200 GAL Fuel Tank on stand. $200 (330) 359-0270

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: 30 gal Copper Kettle w/Stand, In excellent condition. $325 (330) 674-2500 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: Miller air press 6 ton 18"x24" table $375. 16" K & L blower, $575. Vertical shop press $125. 9 HP Honda, $325. Scenic View Engine, 5673 CR 59, Millersburg. 330-674-2450. FOR SALE: Black Pioneer Prince wood cook stove with reservoir. Good condition. Ivan L. Miller, 6864 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Mini buggy, good condition! LED side lights, all lights work, sliding doors, w/rear door, $4000. 330-472-9718. FOR SALE: 18" Williams Stone mill, rebuilt, $3,800. 16" Sprout - Waldron Stone mill, $3,800. (330) 674-2450.

FOR SALE: Coal Eze, hard coal stove with domestic water reservoir. Also ash hopper on casters. 330-852-4874. 26" TORO snow blower, model 7260E Power Max, 2011 model, used very little., $899. Sulky with platform, $550. (330) 674-4426.

FEBRUARY SPECIAL: 10% off batteries. Gypsy Spring Variety 6321 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-0736.

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 18, 2012 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools Antiques/Collectibles: lots of signs including- Pioneer sign; Decalb signs; Wrigley Field picture; Mobile Gas advertisement; Blue Valley Butter, Pepsi, Coca- Cola advertisements; several tins; posters including- Del-Monte Minneapolis Moline poster, Hires Root Beer poster, Marvels poster; National cash register; graniteware; Sno-Rocket sled; old store show case; Coca-Cola cooler; Harley Davidson bank; Gibbon’s electric clock; horse clock; J.D. Bullet pencils; old toy forklift (nice); banana scale; 1cent gum machine; regulator clock; milk can; Victor skillet; old toys; crock jugs; Horse weather vane; milk bottles; wooden bucket; blue canning jars; wooden dove tailed boxes; Iron City beer tray; Lionel train set N.B.I; Hamilton 22 cal. Rifle 000188 Japan Sierra Arms Co.; Bookmatch wood veneer; Aladdin Hurricane lamps; U.S. Post Office mail box metal doors; pickle jar Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, February 8. 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 No auction February 25 and March 4 due to Furniture Guild Show No receiving on February 27

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

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

Miscellaneous Merch. 280



The Holmes County Shopper News Miscellaneous Merch. 300

FOR SALE: Buggy, LED Lights, Glass front, Brakes, Roll-up curtain, Like new. $3,850 (330) 600-1822 DEHYDRATOR: 10 rack, used once. From Cabelas, regular $220 asking $175. 330-852-2326 ext. 2.


Pets Supplies

AKC CHOCOLATE lab puppies, born January 1, 2013. 6 males, $300. each. (330) 897-1056. ####### WARNING: Animals advertised for "free" are sometimes acquired by people who use them as bait in training other animals to fight or for science experimentation. Please offer your pet for a nominal fee in order to attract a sincere buyer. #######

Pets Supplies 300

Pets Supplies 355

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

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

2,500 SQ Ft Home for Sale. 11391 TR 502, Millersburg. Built Dec 2008. 1.95 Acres. (330) 231-4878 and advertised on $195,000.

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

GOLDEN RETRIEVER Puppies. Born 12-20-12. Nice puppies. 2 females, 1 male left. Females $400. Males $350. 330-279-2146

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

4 BR, 2 bath house on S Market St in Berlin. Fully furnished. $175,000. (330) 231-3873.

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

FOR SALE: 10 wk old Australian Shepherd Male, Red & White, Good sheep or cattle dog, out of good stock, can be registered. (740) 291-7013

WANTED: NEW or used open top hanging feeders for poulet house. Mahlon Yoder, 740-622-1386

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.

FOR SALE: 4 yr. old Beagle, runs his own rabbit, $75/obo. Brandon Raber, 5009 TR 628, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 275-8136. BREED reduction - (8) Yorkie females, (2) Yorkie males. (330) 317-8570 SHITZU MALE, 10 mo old, proven, good breeder or a great pet. $300 (330) 359-5143

Sports Fitness

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

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


AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVER puppies, 8 wks. old, 1 female-$400, 5 males-$350 (740) 552-1990

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

FOR SALE: ACA Miniature Schnauzer male, proven, (1) Tri-color ACA Shitzu male, proven. (3) Miniature Schnauzer females. (330) 852-1084

FOR SALE: 7/8 Bulldog female, mostly white, 2 yrs. old, $500. Aden D Schlabach, 3710 CR 200, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. (330) 359-0182.

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

FOR SALE: 4 yr old Chihuahua male, Long hair, black. (330) 674-0736

FOR SALE 5 months old Beagle pups, started to run rabbits, $75. each obo. (330) 674-0759.

POLAR HEART Rate Monitor, receiver, transmitter, and strap. Like New. Paid $120 asking $75. (330) 378-3431

RESERVE YOUR lab puppy, (all colors), for Valentine's Day now. (330) 317-6637.


3/4 Golden Retriever, female, 1 yr. old, $150/obo. 330-473-5331. FOR SALE: 330-465-2021



FOR SALE: AKC Westie female. 7 yrs. old. 330-279-9068 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: 1 yr. old 3/4 Red Heeler, would make good farm dog. $50.00 (330) 674-1018. BOXER MIX puppies, very cute, $30. each. Six weeks, Jan. 25. Call (330) 674-4423. FOR SALE: AKC Registered Pug Male, Fawn color, 1 yr old, $300. (330) 698-0460 BLACK LAB mixed puppies, smart & attentive, ready for good homes, $50. Born 12/15. 330-359-0414.

ENGLISH BULLDOG Kennel Sell-out! (330) 897-0162 ATTENTION DOG BREEDERS. Annual Seminar & Trade Show, Sat., Feb. 23 @ Abe N Miller's, 29952 CR 10, Fresno, OH. Doors open at 7:30 am. Speakers at 8:30 including Dr. Gessler, Bio Shield, Pet Shop Owner, Dave Hall & more. Many vendors offering discounts. Door prizes throughout the day including a puppy. Lunch by local school. For more info contact Ervin Raber, 330-674-1314. ACA BRINDLE Shitzu Male, born 5/7/2004. Aggressive sure breeder. 2 yr old Pomeranian Grate Female, $250 ea. Also, Yellow Pomeranian female, Free. (330) 473-8232 KENNEL SELL out: Yorkies, AKC, ACA, 2 males, 5 females, 2 1/2-4 years old, $400. -$500. or make offer for complete package. Also 8x10 kennel, 2 whelping boxes, 4 outside runs, $2000. (330) 600-0090, or stop in after 4pm. David Yoder, 12114 Ragersville Rd SW, Baltic, OH 43804. 2 REGISTERED miniature Australian Shepherds, males, 1 red merle & 1 tricolored. Born Nov. 16, 2012. $400. each. Roman Eicher, 330-464-5579. FOR SALE: Rabbits: Mini Rex, Dwarf & Lionhead. Bunnies: Dwarf & Dutch Belt. Free cats. (330) 674-1900. REGISTERED GERMAN Shepherd puppy, black male, 4 months old. $600. Phone (330) 359-5760.

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

FOR SALE: 11 HP electric start Honda motor and 5 HP Saylor Beall air compressor Daniel Hershberger, 8101 Weaver Rd, Fredericksburg, 44627. 18 V BOSCH set. Includes sawzall, circular saw, jigsaw, planer, hammerdrill, flashlight, 3 batteries and charger, good condition. $300.00 obo. Phone (330) 988-4490.

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

FOR SALE: Male Beagle, runs rabbits, $30. obo. (330) 567-9561.

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

(2) PUG females: 6 mo. old, $300 & 3 yr. old, $200; Pug proven male, $150. Raymond Raber, (330) 897-0130. FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier female, 20 mo. old, $85. Edward Troyer, (330) 852-4835. PUPPIES FOR Sale! 3/4 English Bulldog, 1/4 Boston Terrier, 8 wks old, 3 females left. Up to date on shots/wormed. (330) 674-1871 FOR SALE: Homing pigeons, exotic colors. 330-852-4874. FOR SALE: AKC Cavalier puppies, 8 wks. old, Blenhiem, 2 males, 1 female, shots/wormed, family raised. 330-359-5770, leave message. FOR SALE: 2 years old Puggle female, light color, $75. (330) 231-9545. AKC MALE Boston Terrier for stud service for choice of pup in litter. (330)763-1207 FOR SALE: Siberian Husky Puppies, 3 wks old, 3 female, 3 male. $450 (330) 674-3999 6 MONTHS old black lab mix, female, black, loves kids, $75. (330) 695-9877, Voice Mail.

WANTED: OLD lard suitable to make suet cakes. Leroy Hochstetler, 6301 TR 606, Fredericksburg. 330-695-5101 WANTED: MAPLE Sap Pan with stand/frame Any size. Also looking for sap buckets. (330) 674-0809†Ext 1 CASH FOR your Honda motors, working or non-working. Will pick up. 330-674-3971 ext 1.

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

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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FOR SALE: (2) Hydraulic Motors, good condition, $300 each. Daniel Miller, 5764 CR 68, Millersburg OH 330-231-1758 or 330-674-1859. 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: Widebelt sander, 37" doublehead TimeSaver, good cond. Set up for lineshaft. $10,000. Roy C. Miller, 4723 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.


Wanted to Buy

WANTED: BOXER and Rotweiler females. 330-473-5889


Comm. Property - Rent

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


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.


1998 LINCOLN Continental: 70,000 miles. No rust. Good cond. $2400. 330-674-3533

$3200. obo. (330) 231-4170.

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

1992 CHRYSLER convertible, V6, auto, 93K mi, $1500. obo. 1993 GMC truck,



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.

Apartment Rentals V6 auto, long bed, good shape, 110K mi,

Lots of Items Available

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.

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.


FOR RENT -2 BR upstairs apt. in downtown Sugarcreek. Will be available March 1st. Call (330) 852-9191


GAS GENSET, 35KW Natural Gas Genset w/enclosure, brand new unit, new price $18,000. Sell for $8,000. (330) 231-2634 460

Apartment Rentals


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

WANTED: GOOD used mini surrey. 330-852-4367 ext. 1.

9 PIECE 18 volt Bosch set, hammer drill, circular saw, jig saw, sawsall, flashlight, 3 batteries & charger. Good cond. $200. (330) 893-4157.

FOR SALE: 4-roll power feed for rip table w/ stand, air powered, good cond., $575. (330) 674-2450.

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.

Call (330) 893-3407

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

DOG KENNEL for sale. 10x24 with 12 whelping units with washdowns, sink. Hot water heat. Also space to add more units. Very good cond. Built by Vinyl Tech. (330) 852-1425.

WANTED: 1940's, 1950's pickup truck. Fair to good condition. Running or not. 440-823-2591


WANTED: Good used dump trailer to

BOXER BRINDLE male available for stud service. Proven breeder. 330-621-8426, Fredericksburg.

AKC SIBERIAN Husky Puppies. 1 male, 2 females. Black and white with blue eyes. Shots and wormed, 10 wks old. Champion bloodlines, $500. 330-465-5690

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

FOR SALE: 2 bedroom 2 bath condo. Gas furnace, C.A., kitchen appliances in Mbg. Reasonable price. 330-695-5432

Tools Machinery haul wood, 1-2 ton; Also, drag elevator.

FOR SALE: Pootatukc Miter Trimmer, , MEC 300 ST Miter Chop Saw, Champion 14" Band Saw, Flooring Nailer. (330) 674-3999 Ext 1

FOR SALE: older beagle female. Would make good pet. Friendly dog, $25. 330-466-7104

WANTED TO BUY: Used Treadmill. (330) 893-3673. WANTED: USED pony harness, & used easy entry pony cart @ reasonable price. (330) 674-0736

FOR SALE: 1 yr. old German Shepherd, sable, $350. (330) 852-8620

YORKIE MALE AKC B. 1-8-10. Nice pet. $280. G.B. Yoder, 31640 SR 643, Fresno. 3 1/2 mi. SW New Bedford.

Home Condo For Sale 460

POMERANIAN MALE, ACA, 4 yr old cream, 8 lbs., nice face & good hair coat, $200. Maltese male, ACA, 1 yr old, 7 3/4 lbs, $250. (330) 674-2883.

FOR SALE: Snow Ski's w/Poles, Boots, & Ski Bag, Like New. $150 OBO. (330) 695-7104

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

Wanted to Buy 410

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PAYING CASH, $300 - $1000 for unwanted cars, trucks & vans. Call Mike, 330-256-0458.

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TIRES, SET of Four, excellent tread, Firestone Precision Touring, P195/65R15 89T. MTS. $220. (330) 763-1954

Boats 535

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


HONDA 300 4 wheeler, 4WD, $2200. obo. Arctic Cat Prowler, 650H1, $5800. 330-763-0376 or 330-359-5753.

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.


Trucks SUVs

2002 DODGE Durango, 140,000 miles, 3rd row seats, leather interior, V8 engine. Works great. $3800. Call or text 330-401-5207.

brks, 168K Miles, New whl brgs/Shocks. $3,500 OBO 330- 600-9273

2001 MITSUBISHI Montero Sport. 6 cyl. 4x4. Nice cond. $3000. 330-276-5381

FOR SALE 28 Foot Wedding Cooking Trailer

OAK RAISED panel doors (4) new 18x80 solid doors, $75/each OBO. ($150/ea. new). (330) 466-5849

FOR SALE: 1994 Ford Ranger, Good Running Truck, $1000 OBO. Lester Miller


92' Ford Ranger, 4 Cyl., 70K Miles on Engine. $2,200. (330) 674-7957 after 4pm. FOR SALE: FORD F-250, 4-dr., 4x4, 7.3 diesel, runs good. Negotiable. Call 330-231-1475.



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


Building Materials

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

Complete Set-Up

Phone: 330-763-0269

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

Call Craig Chaney

330-674-8088 Cell 330-473-8377

Millersburg, OH 44654


w w w . m a s t t r u c k i n g i n c . c o m

2007 KENWORTH T600

Heating 985

FOR SALE: D.S. Circulator hard coal stoves, large. Good condition. Alfred Chupp, 8173 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH FOR SALE: Large Hitzer wood stove. for shop, $200. Monroe Schlabach, 9295 TR 609, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

Child Care Service Good

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


I WILL clean your house weekly or every other week. Have references. Need transportation. (330) 279-2627.

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


Roofing & Spouting

Home Improvement now to schedule your new roof. Metal, shingles, conklin and rubber roof. Call 330-231-6196.

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

1026 Schools - Christian

CHRISTIAN School Legacy Lawn & Gardening WOOSTER Auction, Sat. Mar. 2, 9-1. 4599 Burbank


Rd., free admission, lunch, items for all ages.

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




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



Quality Since 1927

FREE w/ Power Cutter

($135.00 Value)


08650 AD12337331 180 66482


12” Saw Reg. $799.95 SALE $74995 14” Saw Reg. $899.95 SALE $83995

4 DOOR taxi service available, located outside of Millersburg. 60¢ per mile. Call 330-600-2890.

Berlin Gravely Sales 330-893-2421

God is Love


Hauling 925


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

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

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

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

C & S Transportation. 15 Pass. van. Safe, dependable, courteous. Reasonable rates, 2 drivers. Small or Large groups. Discount for frequent callers. Steve, 330-641-2245.

Taxi Limo Shuttle

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

• Optional Wheel Kit • While Supplies Last

4319 County Rd 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654


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

12” - Diamond Blade 10-12” Concrete Blade 1 - Quart SEF Fuel Mix


Troy Ridge Mfg

3998 Cr 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 473-7727 Custom Welding Specializing in Aluminum 11200 AD12378029 144 Truck Beds • Tool Boxes 68874

UNLESS MONEY is not an issue - you owe it to yourself to call Gorilla Painting! (330) 231-3541.

2006 KENWORTH T-600


All PrICEs ClEArly MArkED ON WINDsHIElDs ISX 475, 10 Speed, 3.70, 988,367 Miles, Truck Working Every Day $CALL

ISX 475, 10 Speed, 3.70, 874,000 Miles, Truck Working Every Day $CALL

2006 FREIGHTLINER Columbia

2006 KENWORTH T2000


• 103K mi • PWR Moon Roof • Excellent Condition

• $6,995

MOrE CIVICs TO CHOOsE FrOM sTArTINg AT $6,995 see our inventory online

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

500 Detroit 60, Auto Shift, 698,238 Miles, Truck Working Every Day $CALL


MILLER ROOFING and construction. Call


Cleaning CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of

2002 FORD Windstar, 82,000 miles, leather, video, power door, $4,900. 330-601-6297.

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

(All booked events transfer to new owner)

Building Materials 840

1998 DODGE 2500 diesel quad cab 4x4 manual trans., 272K miles, $5000. 330-473-2369 after 5 pm

RVs & Campers (330) 231-2653

LINCOLN Navigator, V8, 5.4 Liter, Motorcycles ATVs 01' Tow Pkg, 3rd row seating, moon roof, tlr

2009 POLARIS Sportsman 850 XP, has wench, low hours, good shape. $6400. obo. (330) 473-7463.

Trucks SUVs 650

ISX 475, 10 Speed, 983,574 Miles, Truck Working Every Day $CALL

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

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



Motorcycles ATVs 540



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

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Thursday, February 14, 2013 — 31

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 ***College Hills Honda Will Match Your Lease Down Payment up to $500.00***





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.

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


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

Genuine Honda Certified 2010 Odyssey LX


2010 Accord LX


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

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

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

2009 Accord EX



2010 Accord EX

2009 CRV EXL 4WD



2011 Fit Sport

2011 Pilot EXL 4WD

2012 Civic CPE EXL


2011 Civic LX Standard



2010 Civic Coupe LX

Other Select Used Cars $ 9830A


2002 Seville Touring STS

$ P7589

$ P7559

2007 Tahoe LT AWD


2011 200 Touring

$ P7584


$ 9785A

2011 Highlander SE AWD


2011 Chrysler 200 Touring


$ 9803A

$ P7583

2008 Ridgeline RTL 4WD


2004 Sable LS WGN


$ P7588

$ 9810A

2009 Escape XLT 4WD


2011 Fiesta SES


$ P7590

$ P7585


2006 CRV EX 4WD


2011 Sonata GLS

$ 9839A


1998 Chevy S-10

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 2/28/13.


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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08 Chevy Cobalt

08 Chrysler Town & Country

CD Stereo, Air, XM Radio.

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air.





05 Chrysler 300 Touring

11 Chevy HHR LT

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

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





07 Saturn Outlook AWD

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




08 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4


12 Chevy Cruze LT

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



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


07 Buick Lucerne CXL

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

06 Chevy 1/2 Ton EXT. 4x4

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




10 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4 11 Chevy Traverse LT AWD 07 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4x4

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

Power Windows, Locks, Seat, Aluminum Wheels.





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




02 Suzuki Grand Vitara

99 Chevy Tahoe LT 4x4

02 Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4

04 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4 LT

4x4, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Air.

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

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

Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Running Boards, CD Stereo, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package









06 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4

09 Jeep Patriot 4x4

08 Dodge Nitro SLT 4x4

09 Nissan Rogue AWD

11 Chevy Equinox LT AWD

08 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x4

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

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner, Non-Smoker.

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

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

Only 22,000 Miles! Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

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









01 Nissan Frontier Crew 4x4

04 Chevy Colorado Ext. 4x4 Z71

04 Chevy 1/2 Ton LS 4x4 Reg.

10 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg. 4x4

Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, Running Boards, Bedliner, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

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

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

Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Air, Tow Package, Long Bed.





08 Dodge 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 Only 40,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.



08 Ford 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 XLT Only 50,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.





07 Dodge 1/2 Ton SLT 4x4 Crew MEGA Cab, Power Seat, Only 52,000 Miles! CD Stereo, Power Windows & Locks, Tow Package.







08 Toyota Tundra Crew 4x4 SR5

08 GMC 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 SLE 6.0L, MAX, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.



4x4 Trucks

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





09 Chevy Avalanche 4x4

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



Sale Good Through 2/23/13

CHUCK NICHOLSON 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

Travis McQueen

Pat Kaiser

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Holmes County Shopper, Feb. 14, 2013  

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

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